A remarkable new way to move beyond biases and blind spots (especially if you don't think you have any!) so you can communicate more effectively with a friend, lover, relative, or colleague.
You know what it feels like to be at odds with someone. Sometimes it seems like you are speaking completely different languages. Cognitive neuroscientist Dr. Dawna Markova and communication expert Angie McArthur have spent years developing and implementing tools to help people find common ground. In Reconcilable Differences, they provide the strategies you need to bridge the gap at the heart of your differences with others.
Each of us possesses rational intelligence: the capacity to divide information into discrete categories, processes, and logical steps. But you may not realize that the secret to building bridges between people lies hidden in your relational intelligence: the way you communicate, understand, learn, and trust. Reconcilable Differences shows you how to map mind patterns (the secret to pinpointing communication pitfalls) and identify thinking talents (the catalysts for peak performance). You will gain insights into how you learn in order to turn doubt into trust and uncertainty into productive engagement.
Brimming with anecdotes and advice not only from the authors' files but also from their own experiences as a mother- and daughter-in-law who are like night and day, Reconcilable Differences is your guidebook for making profoundly positive change with those you care about.
PLEASE NOTE: When you purchase this title, the accompanying reference material will be available in your Library section along with the audio.
Reconcilable Differences offers an inspiring way to bridge differences with someone you care about. It will help you identify and improve your relational intelligence, and become a better communicator in the process." (Deepak Chopra, coauthor of
You Are the Universe: Discovering Your Cosmic Self and Why It Matters)
"True communication begins with understanding yourself and the way you are being understood. This book is a powerful guide to self-analysis and bridge-building." (Suzy Amis Cameron, co-founder, the MUSE School)