Do’s and Don’ts
How do we get our friends and family to listen to us? How do we get away from the “Us and Them” scenario?
In this interview with David Charalambous, we dive into the tactics to employ for successfully reaching people with our truth messages.
With how divisive the current situation is being, spouses on different pages, children thinking their parents are crazy for not wanting to take a certain experimental injection… This information has never been more important.
Check it out, embody this knowledge and test it out on your friends and family.
Document in the video
When dealing with a highly conditioned person you have to go out of your way not to trigger their fight or flight response or elicit strong resistance to what you have to say. In order to do so you need to have a few attitude shifts on your own behalf and then follow certain dos and don’ts that are listed below.
It may seem somewhat unfair for the burden to be on your shoulders to make these shifts and for you to make extra effort to connect. You might have every justification to be angry and bitter towards those who are not aware but this in itself will prevent you getting through to them.
Many people have been conditioned since birth and will have trouble accepting what you have to say. Apologies can come later. Be gentle, be compassionate and be as supportive as you can.
By following this principle of changing your approach in order to effect change in others, you give yourself the greatest chance of reaching people and changing the current trajectory to a positive outcome for the world from these events. MORE AT https://reachingpeople.website/dos-and-donts-in-conversation/
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