Conversations are integral to the act of living as a human being. From our days in the crib, we appropriate the beliefs of our culture and our families.
What we adopt generates unique, fingerprint-like patterns of thinking, feeling, listening, and talking.
These conversational fingerprints underlie the emotions we feel and the stories we tell ourselves and others. Our natural patterns of talking and listening are so ingrained that they run on unconscious autopilot in the background of our minds.
Our fingerprints serve us well when conversations with bosses, colleagues, kids, and friends go smoothly and when our emotions are positive, confident, and joyful. But when conversations take a turn toward frustration, anger, confusion, or fear, we often find ourselves at a loss for words, not knowing how to talk about the things that matter
Chuck Wisner joins Adam to discuss mastering the art of collaborating, creating, and building trust with others - in business and in life.
Ready to become a better communicator? Listen in!