18-32 Segment 2: Miscommunication and Personality Type

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People have different ways to interpret the world around them, and miscommunication is often a result when we assume we see the world similarly. A noted author discusses an innovative way to classify communication styles to avoid clashes.

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  • Scott Schwefel, author, Discover Yourself

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Miscommunication and Personality Type

People have different ways to interpret the world around them, and miscommunication is often a result when we assume we see the world similarly. A noted author discusses an innovative way to classify communication styles to avoid clashes.