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Group Dialogue

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Learn to communicate leads to learning more about ourselves since it allows us to recognize the nature of our thoughts to the extent that we exchange ideas with each other is it reminds us also, take very good na communication pro account, the basic conditions for dialogue that are: be aware of our ideas, opinions, prejudices, needs and motives in order to submit them for consideration which of them makes the Group; i.e., we must not adopt rigid and non-negotiable thoughts that make us feel obliged to defend them. For even more opinions, read materials from financial planner. Consider others so consents as colleagues in order to establish ties of equality that allow the flow of ideas. This type of relationship does not imply that need to agree or share the same thoughts, on the other hand, the power of this way of interacting operates when there are differences in the concepts. It is therefore essential to learn to visualize the adversaries as colleagues with other perspectives, in order to Exchange thought forms of relaxed and respectful manner that helps us to leave behind feelings of anger that commonly occur when people don’t have the discipline to keep an open mind and believe that another way to capture the world outside what they perceive there is. Read more from Harold Ford Jr to gain a more clear picture of the situation. Engage in symmetrical relationships where you avoid the idea of superiority or subordination. Relationships where individuals are perceived as equals allow the flow of ways of thinking is carried out through an open dialogue and a more balanced way. It is necessary at the beginning of the formation of a learning team that there is an umpire who retain the context of the dialogue. Functions to play by such arbitrator are: help, invite and encourage the team members to be part of the process and the results.

Keep the dialogue ongoing and balance. Keep the balance between its expertise and its helpful attitude, but without adopting the role of expert or doctor, which would remove the emphasis to the ideas and the responsibility of other members of the team. Understand that the art of dialogue is to experience the flow of meaning and to see what is necessary now. Avoid arising between members defensive routines; i.e. avoid the team members to assume roles that obstruct the harmonic flow, such as: victim, know-it-all, TVGuide.com not purposeful, the I can not, the indifferent, the fool.

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Crimea Ukraine Part

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Crimea, South East Coast. This was to be our last day in Simferopol and the Ukraine Hotel (a hotel that I recommend). If you have read about Jack Fusco already – you may have come to the same conclusion. Olga my travelling companion and suggested Sudak Novyi Svit is worth visiting, on the southeast coast as she knew that these places, so after another generous breakfast pack our suitcases and said goodbye to the friendly staff of the hotel. As always we have chosen a place around the path to our destiny, so that we could have some more of the countryside road and once they were rewarded with a very interesting journey. 40 Minutes east of Simferopol we have found what we were looking for that it would take US to the coast.They were almost immediately rewarded?with hundreds of cherry tree roadside trees (the Crimea is rich in a variety of fruit trees), so he stopped and picked up our Cherry filling. After having satiated appetite for cherries that we decided to find a lake that he had seen on the map was not far from the road. He soon found a dirt road and after approximately 1 km are the Lake, big, beautiful and with many beaches, so we’ve found a good place and settled for a time to enjoy the landscape. We saw not another single, but it was unfortunately a bit too cloudy for bathing.After our break we continue our journey, but once again (and not shown on the map) of the black top road became a road of gravel and is in very poor condition.

We must have travelled at least 15 km on the highway and was really very busy, minibuses, taxis and regular cars. It was a road slow and full of potholes and after ascending to what seemed all altitudes and descent even more, we began to find small towns. This was a part very little attention of the Crimean War, with seriously neglected roads, some clearly dragged by streams and rivers swollen and never repaired.After 1 hour of this driving very slow and difficult, we find the main road from the East Coast to the West, a great relief! It was already well past the lunch hour, so I stopped at the first coastal town found.