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ZETT WHY | Wisdom & experience

In Wisdom, Zett Why on August 28, 2012 at 5:47 am

Exerpt from ebook “52 Quotes to live by

Once I had a possibility to watch a child running around in the park. He was barefoot on the grass. His grandfather was looking after him, and from time to time tried to warn the child to put his sandals on, because there could have been broken glass in the field. The child was ignoring his grandfather’s warnings, and continued running barefoot. A conflict between the two generations was clearly seen.

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ZETT WHY | Conflict is the best teacher

In Here and Now on August 21, 2012 at 6:22 am

Exerpt from ebook “52 Quotes to live by

Conflict is the best communication teacher

Many interesting things happen when we don’t agree with another person’s opinion. We can see two possibilities in a conflict situation. The first – I am angry and despise my opponent. The second – I understand what a fool I am, and try to listen to his opinion closely. If you are practicing the first communication option, it looks like you are a loner with limited amount of friends. With the second option, you are welcome in any company, and surrounded by many friends…

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Zett Why | The main cause of stress

In Life on August 15, 2012 at 5:42 am

Exerpt from ebook “52 Quotes to live by

Many of you will admit that the main cause of our diseases and mental disorders is stress, usually arising from communication with other people. Relationships or interpersonal communication psychology between people is one of the most popular topics in mass media. Family life and professional relations are talked about while considering their various aspects. A lot of advice is given which is denied the next month, and new advice is offered.

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Zett Why | Small talk

In Intelect on August 1, 2012 at 7:20 am

Exerpt from ebook “52 Quotes to live by

When talking to another person, you are actually talking to yourself

An idyllic picture. Two people meet, talk to each other, and separate in a friendly manner. You may say – what’s so special here? But I suggest that you look at this situation a bit closer. If you are unbiased and fair enough, you will notice an interesting thing. When talking to other person, we are actually talking to ourselves.

Whether we want to or not, we think of ourselves as the centre of the universe, also seeing the world only through ourselves. This is especially true in conflict situations. But let’s analyze this at first by asking – why do conflict situations arise in interpersonal communication? The main cause is disagreement in opinions. Now, let’s consider what such a disagreement really means…

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