Preparing for and Having Tough Conversations
The hardest conversations usually involve Death, Sex, and Money, although often Mental Health is also included on some lists. So how can you most easily start to discuss your deepest fears, cares, desire, wants, needs? How do you know that your partner (and this also applies to friends, children, parents, co-workers) won’t storm off and not hear what you really need to convey? Are there tricks to having those kind of conversations? Yes, there are. And Dixie will share some of those openly, and with heartfelt sincerity, through stories and examples that you can apply in your own situations.
The Art of Self Evaluation
Tough Conversations and how to Have Them is also part of a wider topic – getting to know yourself. Understanding what your deepest desires, fears, wants and needs truly are. This is about self evaluation – which involves asking the right questions of yourself, learning about your needs, your values, your lpersonal anguaging, and how you best express and receive love.
Both of these are best delivered as Keynote Presentations with an option for following up with a Breakout Session