Guide to Gathering your Thoughts and Preparing for a Difficult Conversation

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This workbook is designed to help you gather your thoughts, consider the best possible and worst possible responses, and think about how you will reply.

By completing the exercises in this workbook, you will feel confident and in control of the conversation.

How to use this Guide

Set aside a time when you won’t be disturbed, turn off your electronic alerts and switch your phone to flight mode. Sit somewhere comfortable and well lit, with a glass of water and a few snacks on hand.

Work through each section, answering the questions clearly, succinctly and fully. Do not include unnecessary detail, avoid repetition, and stick to the question being answered.

Sold By: Rebecca Carroll-Bell

Description

Description

One of the most common patterns in everyday conflict is avoidance, followed by feeling stressed, anxious and worried, imagining the worst possible outcomes, and then finally, once the conversation happens, relief. Those difficult conversations go better, are easier to start, manage and end when you have prepared for the conversation, including making a plan for the worst case scenario.

This workbook is designed to help you gather your thoughts, consider the best possible and worst possible responses, and think about how you will reply.

By completing the exercises in this workbook, you will feel confident and in control of the conversation.

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