46: Having Difficult Conversations

None of us like having difficult conversations but they’re part of life so knowing how to navigate them and prepare for them can give you the confidence to tackle them head-on. Whether it’s calling out your racist relative, asking for that pay rise, confronting a friend or leaving a job, all of these conversations can feel hard to start. We’re sharing how we approach these topics and how to get used to initiating difficult conversations.

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