How to Have More Meaningful Conversations

Curated by Meg Birmingham

In his book Supercommunicators, the writer Charles Duhigg argues that you can learn to get better at connecting with people. A rich, deep conversation can be wonderful, yet feels rare in day-to-day life. Whether it’s with your partner, family or a colleague, it’s easy to find yourself talking at cross-purposes or unintentionally falling into pointless disputes, without ever understanding one another.

It starts with Mirroring their wants and needs, assessing the kind of conversations needed, and paying attention to non-verbal cues.

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