The word 'but' permeates our speech and is so insidious that most of the time we are not even aware of how often we utilize it and the convoluted messages we are creating with this usage!
Do we really believe that saying 'but' gives us a pass when we employ it to negate the previous part of what we've said?
Is it possible that this tiny 3 letter word will actually soften the impact of the next part of the sentence?
DANCE WITH IT! EXPERIENTIAL APPS
An opportunity to experiment with some fun
THERE ARE TWO PARTS TO OUR 'BUTS'…
OPPS! DID I JUST SAY THAT?
TO WORK WITH OUTGOING BUTS:
Stop 'butting' and start 'anding'.
Remove the word 'but' from your vocabulary for one week - If you can!
Experiment with using 'and' instead…
TO WORK WITH INCOMING 'BUTS':
Ask yourself what is really being said to you…
And then ask the speaker!
Should be interesting…
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