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How to Get a Smart Mouth: The Power of Using Your Words Wisely Paperback – April 1, 2008
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About the Author
Life coach Robin Chaddock is the author of 12 Great Choices Smart Moms Make. She holds degrees in psychology, theology, and organizational management. An award-winning community college educator, Robin also encourages hearts, inspires change, and shares God's deep, eternal love with audience members at conferences, retreats, workshops, and seminars.
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The chapter titles don't clearly denote what's in the chapter, so it can be hard to find what you need quickly. So after studying the book thoroughly I wrote new chapter titles on my Table of Contents page:
Chptr 1 Wise Emotion
3 Stop Believing Lies
5. Be Straightforward
6. Conflict - Why it happens
7. Conflict - How to fix it
8. Giving Correction or Feedback
9. Receiving Correction or Feedback
12. Gossip (and Foul Language) - How to Stop It
13. How to Speak Up for Others
14. Wise Silence
Afterword - The Power of Words
Appendix A 50 Great Questions to Ask Others
Appendix B Short Checklist for Godly Communication
we had SO much fun learning about ourselves AND each other!
the energy when we met was electric!
we spent several months on it! meeting to discuss a chapter at a time - it was that "meaty".
we saw big changes in individuals who put the material to the test in their lives!
it was a GREAT personal growth experience AND a wonderful group bonding experience.
i quote from it in my every class at the university. :)