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Unformatted text preview: With all of the external noise, sometimes it was hard to hear the person that I was having a conversation with. At times I would end up just hearing the person right beside me instead of across from me. I could improve my interactions verbally by asking questions that were more intriguing. I asked just basic things like favorite colors. Maybe sometime I should try asking about family or friends and what they like to do with their spare time. Alex Hilliard Communications 101 Speed Meeting Mr. Gatfield I could improve my interactions nonverbally by sitting closer to the person that I was having a conversation with. At times I felt like I couldnt hear somebody because I was to far away from them....
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- Fall '08