(audio) Introduction to My Oneliners
Staying Dialogical is not easy. or quitting being symbiotic is hard. But it can be done.
I used to forget and slip and make a fool of myself over and over. But then I began to train myself using short little reminders that I called One Liners.
I would repeat them to myself. I put them on signs on the wall at work and at home. I would put them on cards in my car. I even wrote one on the back of my hand. I considered tatoos.
These are really valuable to me. To read the list, click here.
In this podcast I share the introduction to what they are and how they came to be. Here is the link to the podcast – which will play for anyone on their computer or on an MP3 player.
One Liners Introduction MP3 2min 12sec
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