When to speak up and when to shut up book

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when to speak up and when to shut up book

When to Speak Up & When to Shut Up by Dr. Michael D. Sedler - Jason Brueckner

Have questions about eBooks? Check out our eBook FAQs. When is silence golden? When is it more important to speak from your heart? Your friend is about to make a disastrous decision. You see problems in your son or daughter's marriage. At work you see a better approach than the one your supervisor suggests.
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Communication Skills: When to Speak Up When to Shut Up

When to Speak Up & When to Shut Up by Dr. Michael D. Sedler

I purchased this book at a time when my heart and mind were heavy-laden with knowledge of certain facts that I felt really needed to be reported, but that I wasn't sure I was the one who should do it This book was well written and to the point giving both biblical and modern day examples of how to know when you should speak up in a situation or when you should keep silent. Also points out the Michael D. Almost everyone has found themselves in a situation where they don't know if they should bite their tongue or speak their mind. When is silence golden and when is it better to speak up?

Michael D. Speaking up. Both change destinies. When we use these tools inappropriately, we can do great harm. And when we use them as God intended, we can change our world for the better. This book contains ten chapters.

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When I first saw the title of this book, I had to get my hands on it so to share it with you all! The book covers a discipline that I and many others, might I add really need to work on. The book opens with a tragic miracle story in which a marriage is saved from divorce because one of the spouses bites their tongue. I think that we often forget the weight of our words. Conversations call for both speaking up and being silent, not just talking. Furthermore, conversations — if they are worthwhile — revolve around question and answers , not just one person babbling the whole time. When is the last time that you let someone else ask the questions and you were silent?

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