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That's Not What I Meant!: How Conversational Style Makes or Breaks… (original: 1986; edição: 1790)
de Deborah Tannen (Autor)
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That's Not What I Meant! de Deborah Tannen (1986)
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Everyone knows the feeling: You said exactly what you wanted to, but somehow a different message came across. The consequence is feeling misunderstood, and relationships, at home, on the job, on a date, or in an interview, slip a little further out of control. Talk is the key to any relationship and conversational style is the key to any conversation. In That's Not What I Meant!, Dr. Tannen helps listeners recognize their own conversational style and understand the styles of others. Whether dealing with a person who's too quiet or someone who's a conversational bulldozer, learning to understand conversational style will help to deal with any situation. Through this understanding, it is possible to prevent small differences from sparking big arguments, really hear what was said and what wasn't. That's Not What I Meant! will give the tools to save any conversation or relationship.
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