Need I say more? Oprah is a master at communication. She is a master at interviews. She is one you want to learn from when it comes to improving your communication skills.
A great podcast is Oprah’s Super Soul Conversations.
EPISODE: Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee – S08E03 – Jerry Seinfeld with Guest Judd Apatow – “Escape From Syosset” – Jun 30, 2016
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Oprah and Barbara Walters conversation
A Conversation with President Obama and The Wire Creator David Simon
A Conversation with Pamela Anderson
In Conversation with Pharrell Williams (NPR)
Reclaiming Conversation™ Podcast with Host Sherry Turkle
The Art of Meaningful Conversation – TedTalks Playlist <<<CLICK HERE
This is a funny skit about “a lunch chat that turns tense when one of the diners confronts the other about his annoying conversation habits.”
Silence… Perfectly fine if you are all alone. However, in social situations, it is just kind of expected that you’ll talk to others. If the thought of being a “Chatty Kathy” or “Chatty Kenneth” makes you want to steer clear of others in social settings, here are some thoughts on how you can come to appreciate and be great at small talk. Continue reading
Conversation can feel icky when you’re painfully shy – but it wasn’t always that way, butterfly!
Something or a collective of things happened to you in your life journey that caused you to look at people and conversation as something to avoid. An overwhelming fear took over you.
The immediate gratification of avoiding people and conversation conflicts with the emptiness it renders over time coupled with the friction toward your big dreams.
There has to be a happy medium for you.
You need an effective way to repair your broken relationship with communication – itself.
Here are 3 tips: Continue reading
Watch the confidence that Jada Pinkett Smith, her mom, & Willow Smith display in conversation on the Red Table Talks. If you can’t view it, go here: Click here
This is really an interview but it flows like a regular conversation. This is a great example of a great back and forth. What did you think or learn from this? Post comments below.