Do you often feel like you're in conflict all the time with people and there's never a win-win solution to situations? Then, check out my book recommendation today - "Nonviolent Communication" by Marshall Rosenberg. Click the video or scroll to read the transcript.
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Hey, it's book review Wednesday.
Have you ever heard the saying that “people don't remember what you say but how you made them feel”? Do you often feel like you're in conflict all the time with people when there's never a win-win solution to situations?
I'd like to tell you about Marshall Rosenberg's book “Nonviolent Communication”. It's really helped me in the past to choose my words more carefully when what I'm saying may be a negative statement but in choosing more positive phrases and ways of saying things, it's helped me to diffuse conflict and helped other people achieve their best.
So if you're looking for a way to improve your communication, I highly recommend this book, “Nonviolent Communication”. I'm sure you'll find the practical tips and the choices of words and examples in the book very helpful in your own communication with staff, vendors, anyone that you come in contact with, especially in business. Check it out.
I'm Trudy Murphy and you can find me at trudymurphy.com. I provide weekly book reviews and other business advice to help you improve your business. Come on over and say "hi" and leave me a comment, I'd love to hear from you.