Monthly Archives December 2016

Debate and Dialogue

Posted by Jason Gladfelter, M.A. on December 30, 2016  /   Posted in Articles

Differences in Structure, Practice and Goals Remember those presidential debates? You know the ones, where Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton were asked questions that they didn’t answer and instead talked about each other?  Yeah, I tried to block those out of my mind, too. But, they happened and had at least some influence in deciding
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Can Craft Breweries Save America?

Posted by Jason Gladfelter, M.A. on December 29, 2016  /   Posted in Articles

Craft brewing in America is booming, providing consumers a diverse selection from over 4,000 breweries. But some of those breweries have potential to offer the American public something else: A conduit for national (and personal) progress. If 2016 has taught us anything it is that America has communication problems. From our private lives to political
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Top 7 Mistakes in Communication

Posted by Jason Gladfelter, M.A. on December 14, 2016  /   Posted in Articles

We all make communication mistakes. Some are so small that we don’t even realize we’re making them. Yet, small mistakes can add up and start to wreak havoc on conversations and relationships. Here are the top 7 mistakes: Ignoring what the other person is saying/Dismissing their concerns. If you do it to them, then you’re
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