How to Have Meaningful Conversations

7 Strategies for Talking About What Matters

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Pub Date 13 Aug 2019 | Archive Date 10 Sep 2019
Watkins, Watkins Publishing

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Talk is our key tool for moving forward in every aspect of our life. Yet how often do you feel you've missed an opportunity or failed to express what mattered most to you? Simple and easy to follow, psychologist Sarah Rozenthuler presents key strategies and exercises to help you improve your communication.

"A vital, useful, practical book' Dr Christiane Northrup Do you feel stuck for words at crucial moments? Do you find you haven't really been heard? Does your communication let you down? Talk is our key tool for moving forward in every aspect of our life. Yet how often do you feel you've missed an opportunity or failed to express what mattered most to you? Whether you need to talk with your partner about a relationship problem or to your boss about your career, this book will give you the know-how to achieve your goals. Discover: A 7-point plan to help you grow in confidence and achieve lasting results Real-life case studies of ordinary people who transformed their lives through conversation Examples of simple changes in approach to create trust, openness and new possibilities
Meaningful conversation is the single most effective way to bring about real change and growth in your life. This book shows you how.
Talk is our key tool for moving forward in every aspect of our life. Yet how often do you feel you've missed an opportunity or failed to express what mattered most to you? Simple and easy to follow...

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"A vital, useful, practical book' Dr Christiane Northrup

"A vital, useful, practical book' Dr Christiane Northrup


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A very easy to read relatable self-help book with scenarios that will resonate with every reader. One to dip in and out of.

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We transform through conversation asserts Sarah Rozenthuler, a leadership consultant and dialogue coach. Each thoughtful chapter in How to Have Meaningful Conversations: 7 Strategies for Talking About What Matters, offers helpful suggestions to transform our relationships and our life’s circumstances with meaningful shifts in the way we approach our conversation with others and ourselves. The shifts are practical, pragmatic and powerful. Four stars.

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I find it difficult to express my feelings in some situations and would rather stay quiet for fear of rocking the boat and making things worse. This book has given me the skills to overcome this and actually have those conversations that I have been avoiding. This well written, practical book includes exercises and stories to inspire you. I recommend this book, it’s such a useful tool, I wish I had found it sooner. Thank you #netgalley

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This was a very interesting book. I thought the information presented was well laid out and flowed well. I really enjoyed reading it and want to try and start implementing some of what I read.

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How to Have Meaningful Conversations is a wonderful and relatable self-help book that discusses why communication is such a huge part of how our lives unfold and how we feel connected (or not) with the people around us. Sarah Rozenthuler gives practical and relatable advice on how we can improve our ability to talk effectively with others at critical points in our lives and relationships.

Rozenthuler shares small shifts we can make in our dialogue with others than can have a big impact on not only how our communication comes across to others but also how we react to it. It is not always what we say but how we say it that can make a lasting impact, both positively or negatively.

Sharing what matters and what is important to you while also honoring the other person can feel so tricky for many people. These shifts can help navigate a path towards filling both of these buckets and help you deepen your awareness and move forward while also finding closure when necessary. The real-life examples throughout the book were a great addition to her message and helped these topics really resonate.

Thank you to NetGalley and Watkins Publishing for a copy of these book in exchange for an honest review.

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This book is not going to enable someone that struggles with starting conversations to magically become less afraid of that overnight, but it does provide strategies on how to discuss difficult topics and how to communicate in relationships about difficult subjects. I found this to be a great resource!

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