You don’t have to be as eloquent as Winston Churchill or as erudite as Albert Einstein to have a meaningful conversation. You don’t need a Ph.D. or years of public speaking to get your points across in a loving and respectful tone. Sincerity can make up for a lack of knowledge and listening can overcome passionate objections.
For any conversation to be truly meaningful it must touch the heart of the hearer. Once touched, the light of the spirit illuminates the mind making possible a significant transformation in the life of all involved.
When was your last meaningful conversation? Did it yield fruit? Did it create a solid foundation for future interactions? Was it a brief, one-time opportunity? Let’s learn from each other. Let’s share what we’ve learned.
Are you are thinking about it but are unsure how to proceed? You have something to share whether you’ve been teaching classes for many years, or if you just started. We all have lots to learn. Here's what people have experienced.