Monthly Archives: May 2011

True Conversing – The Long Lost Treasure

People don’t converse any more, generally, unless it is for work, business, on TV or in political forums. But one on one conversing seems to have disappeared. So what do we have in its place? Well, people pretend to agree, … Continue reading

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Our Desire to be Always Right and Being Right

Edward De Bono claims in one of his latest books “Think before it is too late”, that if we can understand the brain’s mechanisms then we can create the thinking “software” to cope with these processes. He also talks about … Continue reading

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The Golden Treaty

I think that the content of feedback could possibly be perfect, in that it cannot be legitimately judged as being right or wrong as it is only someone’s thought. It is only the delivery that can be commented on through … Continue reading

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Rethink Perfect and the Reason I Converse

Rethink Perfect – And the reason I converse Rethinking perfection can take a long time and much consideration I have found. This is a concept that I have been investigating for as long as I can remember. I first met … Continue reading

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Compromised Relationships are Not a Matter of Chance

I have avoided kissing ass most of my life. Where I live is not as important to me, so I can avoid ass kissing there. I have mostly worked for myself also. At present I am in transit and have … Continue reading

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Direct Feedback Moment (DFM)

This is a tool I am suggesting as an approach to solving what I consider a problem in conversation. I call it a Direct Feedback Moment or DFM and I think it can be used once two people agree upon … Continue reading

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Direct Feedback Mode

What about this for a new method of conversing Called DFM where, if I am talking to you we activate the DFM any time. That is Direct Feedback Mode. How it works: So the conversation is going along in parallel … Continue reading

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