The lost art of conversation

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Have we lost the art of conversation? Have we lost the ability of conversation due to technology advances?

In this episode, Jenni, Trudy, and Advita have a great conversation getting to the crux of how many times they say the word conversation and importantly, learning how we can get back to conducting proper conversations with people. It could change your life and inspire you. How do we build real connections if we cannot hold a proper conversation? Do you feel present in your everyday conversations?

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