'Would you be willing?': words to turn a conversation around (and those to avoid) - Deepstash
Choose your words wisely

Choosing wisely your words can actually be the key to a successful negotiation.

For instance, the use of 'willing' in phrases such as 'are you willing to come for a meeting...

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'Would you be willing?': words to turn a conversation around (and those to avoid)

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Even though most of us perceive the usual 'How are you?' question as being very polite and necessary, recent research has shown that, on the contrary, this irritates the other person.

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We were taught, from the very first years of studying English, that 'any' and 'some' can be used in similar sentences. However, conversation analysts have come to the conclusion tha...

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Saying 'Yes, but' in a discussion shows that we do not agree with the other person, however, we are trying to keep it polite.

Nevertheless, in order to come to a mutual agreeme...

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There are a few known tips to successfully lead almost every discussion. First and foremost, one should show that he or she listens actively to the other person.

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'Hello' is a word that brightens up everyone's day. Therefore, whenever a tense situation emerges, just clam down the spirits by introducing your own sentence with a si...

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