Conversations Are a Lost Art – Sunday Coffee Contemplations

Sitting in a session led by Sharon Saylor, author of “What Your Body Says {and how to master the message]” , and she has set me thinking. As we move more and more to an online social world, where everyone knows all and tells all online, are we losing our ability to know when to talk and when to shut up? If we can’t tell the difference, how can we have a conversation? I’m thinking about this because of the Sharon Saylor, the presenter of the session I’m sitting in at the PRSA Counselors Academy. She started her session about talking about how the younger generations don’t know how to handle conversations because they communicate with their electronic gadgets.

I’m curious – do you think social media is killing the conversation?


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