Stop being a ‘but’ person

How one word changes relationships between people and hinders creativity

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“I agree, but” she started to say, which told me everything I needed to know about the value of the point I was making. She was anything ‘but’ in agreement.

The way you use those habitual linking words between our utterances tells us more about what’s really going on inside of your head than you might like to admit.

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Writing about personal development, the mind and future histories. New articles every Monday. Website : www.dralanjones.com

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Dr Alan Jones PhD FRSA

Dr Alan Jones PhD FRSA

Writing about personal development, the mind and future histories. New articles every Monday. Website : www.dralanjones.com

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