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re: Donts and Dos for Conversations (and Interactions) VIEW POST


A lot of points seem like don't be extreme in one direction or the other. Although I agree with most of the points, they all seem dependent on the situation. There are no black and white rules for this, maybe sometimes you need to wing it, sometimes you might need to interrupt someone. The key is being aware of the people around you and of how you treat them. I think all of this can be summarized into try and be a decent human being and behave professionally


The first part of the list is about wrong assumptions (fallacies) we commit during conversations/interactions. The second part is about good practices to have a productive conversations/interactions. I prefer a list (albeit a non-exhaustive one) as it helps identify specific aspects, e.g., chattiness.

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