Talking and Listening to Each Other on Social Media

Comments (2)
  1. Anonymous says:

    My opinion of social media just got a lift because of this article. Bringing and being the best qualities of an MDI Team meeting to others has unlimited possibilities. We practice listening before speaking, so that others can feel, or intuit that we hear them and respect them, even when we disagree.
    Thank you, Dave Boone, for caring and engaging us in a most important conversation.
    Don McCary
    Team Leader Mentor
    Big Stick, SW Region

  2. Tim Heaton, Walkabout, HSI Division says:

    This is a very good description of where we, as a society, behave in our social media interactions. Now that we can speek our minds, and deliver our opinions so freely and easily, and in such anonymity, there seems to be a tendency to bring others down, rather than seek common ground. I appreciate Mr. Boone’s vision for a better way to interact. Even though you and I may differ in our opinion, and our political position, there are still values that we can share and can respect each other for….. well done.

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