miscommunication

Tough Talk: 6 Ways for Women to Be Confident Communicators

Laura Hobbs by Laura Hobbs | April 5th, 2016 | No Comments
topic: Personal Growth | tags: communication, miscommunication, office, tips, women, Women for Women, Women’s Health

Next time you’re in a meeting at the office, listen closely to another woman in the room. What you’ll often hear is a struggle in her choice of words or her tone of voice—an urge to convey an idea while avoiding being misinterpreted as arrogant, pushy, or too assertive.

Do What Works: Relationship Advice from an AcroYogi

Gaiam Staff by Gaiam Staff | July 23rd, 2012 | 3 Comments
topic: Personal Growth, Relationships, Yoga | tags: acro yoga, acrobatic yoga, acroyoga, assumption, Big Happy Day, couples, do what works, doing what works, jenny sauer-klein, Kasey Luber, marriage, miscommunication, Personal Growth, receptivity, relationship, relationship advice, support, trust, Yoga

In the practice of yoga, as in life, it’s the moments when we work together that can inspire the most change in us as individuals. In this clip, Jenny Sauer-Klein, co-founder of AcroYoga, talks about the principle of doing what works. To deal with the inevitable challenges and miscommunications that happen when individuals become partners, we have to leave room for the unexpected. When we let go of assumptions and embrace the discovery of what works best between these two people at this moment, that’s when we allow the relationship — and each other — to grow.