Friends, I am delighted to share that on Saturday, November 2, I will be speaking at the Yuma Center’s Work and Life Conference in Washington, DC. This is a great event for women at all levels of professional life and if you’re in the area, I encourage you to register! My talk will be on “The Art of Conversation.” Here’s a description:
Great conversation never goes out of style. As our world becomes increasingly digital, the critical skill of holding a good conversation - speaking with interest, charm and clarity - becomes even more desirable. Whether in a job interview, on the train, at a party, or on a date, the ability to confidently converse face-to-face is a true advantage. This workshop will present the benefits of strong conversational skills, the basics of being present for the conversation at hand - both as the speaker and the listener - and most importantly, how to genuinely enjoy life’s daily dialogues.
See you there!
One other thing - I turned my last post, “The Art of Losing Isn’t Hard to Master,” into a full-on article that will be published this week at Catholic Stand. I will share when it is up, and I hope it is helpful if you are suffering a loss.
God bless and have a great week.