• Scott Stiefvater

The next time you start a conversation, aim.

Updated: Jun 13

Tension at home grows when people broadcast words, talking to others without aim, just getting words out (often while looking at a screen of some sort).

The next time you start a conversation with someone, aim. Don't just point your nose but square your shoulders to them. From your listener's perspective, squaring your shoulders to them communicates 'you are important to me.'

PS - Anytime you want to impact the person to whom you are speaking, whether in person or virtually, it helps to square your shoulders to them.


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