Let’s Talk Method

Let’s Talk Method2022-08-30T01:37:52+00:00

Let’s Talk

An essential guide to skillful communication

An essential guide to skillful communication

Let's Talk

To think, speak and act in ways that lead to better communication, productivity and ease.

Dan Clurman and Mudita Nisker offer practical communication skills you can implement immediately.

For Businesses, Organizations, Groups, Couples and Individuals


“Mudita and Dan‟s teaching has changed my life. More than that, the skills have changed the lives of everyone around me, because I am so much easier to live with. Long way of saying: read this book. Your communications, and therefore your relationships, with everyone in your orbit will improve. You‟ll get into fewer fights. And when you do have conflict, you’ll navigate it more smoothly.”

Dan Harris

Bestselling author of Ten Percent Happier and co-founder of the Ten Percent Happier app

“Listening and talking skillfully can be acts of love. In Let’s Talk Mudita Nisker and Dan Clurman offer practical ways we can communicate at our best. Parents, lovers, teachers, leaders—everyone—can benefit enormously from their kindly guidance.”

Daniel Goleman

Bestselling author of Emotional Intelligence

“Have you ever walked away from a conversation wondering how it had gone so off track? Let’s Talk is a great book to help hone the skills for healthy communication with others—be it work related, with family, or with friends. . . . Written in an engaging way, it is a perfect book for venturing into social situations.”

Sharon Salzberg

Author of Lovingkindness and Real Happiness

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Can you listen when you’re upset?

If you’re in a difficult conversation and you realize that you’re too upset to listen, here are some skillful options to try.

If strong emotions are inhibiting your ability to listen, for whatever reason, consider taking a break from the conversation, before you say something you might regret later. You can gently interrupt the other person and ask to pause.

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