How to be More Interesting by Edward De Bono

How to be More Interesting by Edward De Bono

Author:Edward De Bono
Language: eng
Format: epub
ISBN: 9780241336922
Publisher: Penguin Books Ltd
Published: 2017-07-13T04:00:00+00:00


Summaries may be used at the end of a discussion or at any point along the discussion.

‘Where are we at?’

‘How far have we got?’

‘What have we covered?’

‘What are the main points again?’

From the point of view of ‘interest’ there is no need to be pedantic or heavy-handed about summaries. Nor is there any need for the summary to seek to be totally comprehensive. It is enough that the summary covers some of the main points and gives the general flavour of what has happened.

A summary may simply record different points of view.

‘So we agree to disagree. This is your point of view … and this is my point of view … The difference arises from the different way in which we see people reacting to the suggestion.’

‘It is clear that we have different values here. Your value is … and my value is … So we cannot agree.’

‘Under these circumstances … what you see is correct. But under these other circumstances … what I say may be correct. It depends on the actual circumstances we find.’


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