four pillars of a connected conversation

Waving the White Flag Against Violent Communication

Can communication be a form of violence? According to communication expert Marshall Rosenberg, it can if you consider “violence” to include attempts at cutting others down to size and/or coercing them into doing what we want. Tony discusses “Nonviolent Communication,” and the importance of separating an observation from a judgment, something narcissists or highly emotionally …

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Now It Makes More Sense! How Context Creates Connected Conversations

Each of us is a unique mixture of life experiences, and we bring all of those experiences into our conversations with others. In today’s episode, Tony explores the role of context in conversations. Tony shares an example of how one word can dramatically change the meaning of an entire paragraph from the book “On Being …

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To Be Heard Is To Be Healed – Connecting the 4 Pillars of Communication

Tony describes in detail how his “4 Pillars of a Connected Conversation” works, including how to apply the 4 Pillars in any conversation where you feel stuck, unheard, unseen, or unloved. The 4 Pillars are: 1) Assuming good intentions, 2) Don’t send the message of “you’re wrong” or “I don’t believe you,” EVEN IF you …

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