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We Need to Talk: How to Have Conversations…

We Need to Talk: How to Have Conversations That Matter (edição: 2018)

de Celeste Headlee (Autor)

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"From NPR veteran Celeste Headlee, an informative, timely, and practical guide to the lost art of conversation"--
Título:We Need to Talk: How to Have Conversations That Matter
Autores:Celeste Headlee (Autor)
Informação:Harper Wave (2018), Edition: Reprint, 272 pages
Coleções:One Book

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We Need to Talk: How to Have Conversations That Matter de Celeste Headlee


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That was fabulous! I was thoroughly engrossed from beginning to end. There's a lot here that makes so much sense, but I'd never *really* thought of it before. I feel like I identified so many of my own flaws in how I converse with others...I'm such a jerk! This has definitely rewired the way I experience and value interactions with other people and will hopefully influence me to become a better friend, family member, and colleague to all those I encounter. Bonus: the audio is superb! Short and sweet--I was hooked and tore through it swiftly. Thanks, Gina, for bringing this to my attention!! ( )
  LibroLindsay | Jun 18, 2021 |
My rating would be higher but for the "Mark Twain", rambling, story-telling writing style. Not written in classroom, textbook style, but at a very personal level by the author. Most of the good advice is near the end of the book. ( )
  boyerjh | Jan 13, 2021 |
Writing: 4.0; Theme: 5.0; Content: 5.0; Language: 5.0; Overall: 4.0; The author shares her thoughts on a lost trait- conversation. Social media was suppose to open up conversation, but unfortunately true conversation has been hindered because of it. This book isn't about social media and its affects as much as society totally lacking in the art of conversation. She shares some important principles on trying to rectify that divide. Good attempt by Mrs. Headlee for her effort. Conversation, free speech, must not be infringed. Without it, society will suffer. Recommend. ***September 12, 2020*** ( )
  jntjesussaves | Sep 13, 2020 |
Read this for the podcasting and blogging. Finished this today at work (and then moved on to MAUS by Art Spiegelman); this was a good helpful lesson on how to do conversations better. I saw this in the new non-fiction at the Hershey Library and picked it up, thinking about how it'll help for the podcasting and the blogging. About how I come across on the podcasts, and how I might do future interviews for the blog.

There is a lot of really good, helpful information in this, not just on how to talk and act in conversations, but how to listen, when/how to interact with the person you are conversing with, and all around better ways to emphasize and listen and be nicer to those we might not have anything in common with.

This isn't so much about your everyday conversations you have, but how to have more meaningful, impactful conversations at other times. This isn't meant for small talk with co-workers when passing in the hallway, but much more in-depth conversations you might have with someone at the bar, or on a first date, etc.

Its a breeze of a read, and written very informally and on a person-to-person like level. You can tell that Celeste Headlee does interviews for a living, as this reads as her doing her side of an interview basically. Fun, witty, intelligent, and very interesting and educating, this is a great read for anyone who wants to get better at talking with people, at listening to people, and who have any kind of job that requires communication (ie. all jobs). ( )
  BenKline | Jul 1, 2020 |
I had read an excerpt on a site where the author talks about what to do with a grieving friend and what NOT to do and how to be aware of the space we take up, the time we consume, etc. when sometimes what someone needs is not someone to share their own experiences, but to be witnesses for their own. It's certainly something I've had to both learn and have experienced, so this seemed like a good book to read.

I did not know it was based on a TED talk and I see once again this was one of those books that should have probably remained so or at least more like a magazine long-read or shorter book. It's not difficult to summarize but it felt like there was a lot of unnecessary noise that took away from the author's message.

I'm still interested in her TED talk, though. I borrowed this from the library so I'd recommend this if you prefer books or are still curious, anyway. Otherwise, it might be better to skip it and stick to the talk.
  HoldMyBook | Jun 1, 2019 |
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