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Silence, is that a non-verbal clue that you agree with the other person?
It's a difficult conversation. How do you maintain your integrity?
Disagreements are perfectly normal, but do you follow the rules?
Agree with everybody and everything said? That's a tough call, but the way we approach a conversation can mean the difference between a good outcome and a conversation breakdown.
A gatekeeper is an overseer of what is about to be said. Too often, we all tend to check with the gatekeeper before we launch into a conversation. Not a great idea.
We have an internal gatekeeper inside of us, we all do. But sometimes we forget to call on that gatekeeper for wisdom and understanding. And we end up on the wrong side of a conversation. Have you ever been there?
Understanding when and how to speak effectively isn't always easy. If we're not receptive, we really can't begin a conversation.
You are either trustworthy or unreliable. The way you communicate tells your story. So, do your words represent the highest human values?
So, how's the conversation with the person closest to you going? Has it gone from being honest and truthful, to misinformation and a superficial level?
Our values influence how we perceive the world and our place in it. They also affect the way we communicate. How healthy are your values?
Sometimes listening to the truth is tough, because we want to hear what we believe. It's not always easy, but it's necessary to communicate.
We hear what we want to hear, not what we always need to hear. If you haven't fully listened to the other person, stop, and ask them to say it again.
Have you ever had to stop yourself before speaking, because you hadn't taken the time to listen? Yeah, me too.
Words of criticism are remembered for a lifetime. But sometimes words get out of our mouth, before we think about what we're saying. Has that ever happened to you?
What you say and how you say it can turn a conversation upside down. So, do you know how to talk to someone else?
Sticks and stones can break my bones, but words can really hurt me. So, how about your attitude in a conversation? Are you hurling words of hate or words of understanding?
When you speak, do to convey a rational and believable tone? Those two traits help others understand you as a person of integrity and honesty.
Have you ever distorted the truth to gain the upper hand in a conversation? Not a great place to be, is it?
So, are you trustworthy? Do you have a strong character? Good conversation relies on honesty and integrity.
So what would be better? Build a bridge to understanding, or destroy one with confusion and disharmony? You already know the answer. Here's how to do that.
Different personalities create discord in a conversation. So, how can you avoid conflict when all you really want, is to talk to someone?
Peace and harmony; How you can find common ground in a conversation.
Your mind or attitude can disqualify a person's beliefs. So, how do you get into a conversation?
The other guys point of view. Have you ever wondered what it might be?
Communications can and will at some point, break down. Honesty and truthfulness will actually show integrity and strength of character and prevent a breakdown. Learn how you can do this, right now.
Have you ever built an emotional wall in a conversation? Wouldn't it be better to build an emotional path to resolution?
Your mood most times, dictates how you communicate. Have you ever been trapped in a place where the words came out, but didn't exactly come out the way you wanted then to?
We live by rules and when we break those rules, we suffer the consequences. Those rules also apply to how we speak to others. Have you ever broken the rules?
Truth is sometimes painful. And truth relies on honesty. How do you approach that kind of conversation?
To mutually agree on something, both persons need to know and understand how to craft a conversation for success. Do you have trouble at times with that? If so, you're not alone.