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How To Change The Subject

How To Change The Subject           By Gene Griessman, Ph.D. Terri Gross,  host of NPR’s “Fresh Air” offers this advice if you’re being interviewed for a job or if you’re on radio or TV and it’s … Continue reading

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Non-verbal Communication:Your Eye-Contact and Handshake

Communication Tip for the Whatyousay.com community: How To Communicate With Your Handshake and Your Eye Contact by Gene Griessman, Ph.D. Your non-verbals are really, really important in one-to-one communication. Often, it’s not what you say that counts. It’s what other … Continue reading

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Rachel Maddow Shows How To Make A Point

What You Say When You Want To Make A Point Cautiously by Gene Griessman, Ph.D. Why in the world would you ever want to make a point cautiously? Benjamin Franklin explained why in his Autobiography,  Just in case you haven’t … Continue reading

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How To Interview: An Example From “Face the Nation”

What You Say When You Want To State Your Position In A Discussion or Interview by Gene Griessman, Ph.D. Political talk shows provide excellent examples of ways to express yourself succinctly. This one comes from “Face the Nation.” Bob Schieffer asked … Continue reading

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