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“No behaviour on our part is more self-centered than the demand to speak and the refusal to listen.”
Robert E. Fisher, Quick to Listen Slow to Speak
“Rather than speaking the truth for the right reasons we may want to make our point defend our position or put the other person down. The truth be told but it should be done at the right time for the right reasons and with the right attitude.”
Robert E. Fisher, Quick to Listen Slow to Speak
“Arguing leave the participants emotionally exhausted and mentally depressed.”
Robert E. Fisher, Quick to Listen Slow to Speak
“We may feel good about our words our intentions and our motivation may be pure but our message probably will be lost or misunderstood if we overlook how others are going to perceive what we say.”
Robert E. Fisher, Quick to Listen Slow to Speak
“When we are offended in our relationship our feelings generally move through 4 stages: hurt anger revenge destructive action psychosomic symptoms depression. One of the best ways to neutralize the cycle is to force ourselves back to the source of hurt and deal with the problem at that level.”
Robert E. Fisher, Quick to Listen Slow to Speak
“Interruption is basically a self serving and egotistical at. It blatantly states What I have to say is more important than what you have to say.”
Robert E. Fisher, Quick to Listen Slow to Speak
“The way we treat certain people in public should sqaure with the way we talk about them in private There should not be double standard.”
Robert E. Fisher, Quick to Listen Slow to Speak
“Disagree but don't argue.”
Robert E. Fisher, Quick to Listen Slow to Speak
“Just stop pursuing the subject we know is going to lead to disaster. Pro 17:14 - The idea is not to sweep the matter under the rug but it gives a little time for the water to recede behind the dam.”
Robert E. Fisher, Quick to Listen Slow to Speak
“Studies have indicated that the tone of voice may be more important than any other element in our response.”
Robert E. Fisher, Quick to Listen Slow to Speak
“We must eliminate nagging with its complaining and contentious spirit because it focuses attention on self rather than on the other person.”
Robert E. Fisher, Quick to Listen Slow to Speak
“It is said that those who are critical feel the most self-hate. It follows then that those who practice giving praise and appreciation feel good about themselves.”
Robert E. Fisher, Quick to Listen Slow to Speak
“The use of tact is always needful but it is especially necessary when speaking a truth that may strike a sensitive nerve in another.”
Robert E. Fisher, Quick to Listen Slow to Speak

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