Communicating Constructively During Tragic Times


Dawn Echols and I enjoyed chatting after I interviewed her on my “Biz Communication Show.”

2017 WAS A CALAMITY PACKED YEAR–SO WE NEED THE ADVICE OF A PROFESSIONAL COUNSELOR

As 2017 ends, we can easily recall dozens of tragic events that shocked the world–generating fear, pessimism, and sadness. Among them:

–Houston Texas floods
–Puerto Rican hurricane
–California fires
–Las Vegas Strip sniper shooting
–Mexico City earthquake

World wide, thousands of homes suffered destruction, and people lost loved ones as well as their possessions.

Bombarded daily by news about these catastrophic calamities, how did anybody keep composure–or even sanity?

The best advice I heard came from a professional counselor, Dawn Echols. Join us in this interview–on the “Biz Communication Show”–to benefit from her powerful perspective:

https://tinyurl.com/echolstragedy

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Self-Talk: Let Go of What’s Gone

Let Go of What’s Gone from Bill Lampton, Ph.D. on Vimeo.

This video starts with my admission of a big mistake I made in my self-talk, leading to my severe discomfort. . .and eventual embarrassment.

Next, I challenge you to explore your own self-talk, to see whether you are still being weighed down by something that isn’t even present any more.

Definitely, we need to communicate clearly and accurately with ourselves, before we can communicate productively with others.

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