Conversations between two or more people with a similar experience about the subject matter have a greater chance to send or receive the message.In some cases, just a few words, not even in a full sentence, can convey the meaning if the people involved are truly close.Other times, the most eloquent speech, can be lost in the moment.The speaker needs to have something to say and the received must be open to the message.
So when I say a conversation is like a wood spoon in a deep pot of hot tomato soup, here are the similarities I see.
·Stir it slowly and the liquidity will mingle.
·There is always some stuck to the sides that won’t mix in.
·Stir too fast and you could ge…