Oh my GOODNESS awesome read. A bit redundant in places but over all a really good read. For me it really brought into mind just how when I deal with people, what I am THINKING is what is occurring.
I am really trying to read this one every other day for a week and see how it flows. Already this morning I have changed some conversations with people trying to keep this in the forefront of my mind.
Working wonderfully I must admit.
Would love to hear if anyone else has any comments on this one.
I read some...not all of the pdf you posted. I will read more later as I am not feeling well...get tired quickly. I will reserve the rest for later. But for now...what I have read "about the introductions" we say outwardly and then profess later "what a bore" inwardly is something I am pondering.
What would the writer have us say when first meeting someone we don't know or are meeting for the first time? Would it be appropriate to tell someone we first meet (outwardly, straight out of the gate) "you are a bore"? I think not as we have not spent time with them to know that they are a bore. Once we realize they are a bore....should we then keep this information to ourselves or should we (outwardly) inform them of our findings?
More about this from me later....need to put my head on a pillow for a while. Hugs J