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

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re: 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 ...
 

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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