Preparing for Difficult Conversations (Communication 101 Series)

 

Do you struggle with starting difficult conversations in your relationships? It’s easy to get overwhelmed when you need to communicate a problem or an issue. But did you know that there are actually action items or steps you can take before the conversation that can help steer you in the right direction and make your conversations more successful?

 

In today’s episode, I am sharing four ways to prep for difficult conversations. Be sure to listen to the full episode to get the “sauce” on these four tips. 

 

Tip 1 - What’s your purpose?

Tip 2 - Timing matters 

Tip 3 - Have a singular goal 

Tip 4 - Pray

 

This prep work is intentional but it doesn’t have to be intensive or time-consuming. Once you begin to build this new rhythm into your communication, you will notice a major difference in the outcome of these conversations. Sadly, many people don’t think (or prepare) before they speak. They just spew, but that doesn’t have to be you! 

 

You can decide to be a better communicator and a better partner by simply applying these four tips on the front end of your conflict conversations. 

 

Need more coaching tips? Schedule a free discovery coaching call with me today at http://danache.com/coaching.

 

ALSO READ: 20 TIPS FOR CRITICAL CONVERSATIONS

 

 

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