In pursuit of brevity

I love to play charades, Pictionary, Cranium, basically any game where you have to try to guess what another person is trying to “say.”  Unfortunately, I sometimes feel like my life is one of those games.  Either the word I’m looking for won’t come to my head, or I lose track of what I’m saying in the middle of my sentence, or any number of other… In any case, as in charades, it takes a long time to get to the point. 

So I’m dedicating this post to books that can help with verbal communication and getting to the point:


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  1. Sheila

    That’s what makes you a good librarian…figuring out not only what people are saying, but what they really mean when they say it.

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