Five things I've learned about dialogue

Wyman, Phil
June 2013
Reform Magazine;Jun2013, p19
The article offers the author's insights on various aspects that should be considered during dialogue and interaction with other people. Among the topics discussed include sharing opinions in passionate way, letting other people to offer first their ideas, and the importance listening and not assuming of being knowledgeable of everything.


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