The following are some ideas that should help our conversations. Hats off to Jim Henderson for his thinking in this area.Conversation

  1. Be genuinely interested in the view of others.
  2. Stay in a conversation with those who have a different opinion.
  3. Think about not comparing your best with what you see as someone else’s worst.
  4. Include push backs when appropriate.
  5. Personal attacks are not an option.
  6. Have a good time, who knows you may find a new friend.
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