It's Better to Bite Your Tongue Than Eat Your Words

The No-Regrets Guide to Better Conversations

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Master the skills of confident communication

Ever come away from a conversation wishing you'd said something differently, said something else, or just said something? We've all had conversations that took an unproductive turn or avoided conversations that really needed to happen. If you want to become a better communicator, Dr. Mike Bechtle has good news: the art of confident conversation is something you can develop through simple, repeatable habits. In this book, he shows you how to

· embrace your natural temperament
· overcome feelings of intimidation
· choose the right words at the right time
· speak up for others and yourself
· and much more

Say goodbye to conversational regret and say hello to clear, confident communication.

The Author

  1. Dr. Mike Bechtle
    James L. Hale

    Dr. Mike Bechtle

    Dr. Mike Bechtle (EdD, Arizona State University) is the author of ten books, including People Can't Drive You Crazy If You Don't Give Them the Keys, Dealing with the Elephant in the Room, and It's Better to Bite Your Tongue Than Eat Your...

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