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What Can I talk About?

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Whenever there is an open forum to talk about things – one of the questions I have is what topics are acceptable and which ones should I avoid?

 I want to make the challenge that almost anything is fair game is this discussion forum.  I did a little brainstorming and created the graphic above – it’s hardly intended to be an exhaustive list, but hopefully it presents the mindset that we (speaking for all “experts”) are open to professional discussion.  It may or may not be directly related to project management (although most topics can be correlated to PM work) but feel free to start the dialog.

Posted by David Davis on: September 18, 2017 12:39 PM | Permalink

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Wide set of subjects, let's get started!!

Cool! Good stuff, David.

It reminds of the time I did a speech at a Toastmasters club about taboo subjects like religion, politics and sex.

I put forward that we have to learn to speak about delicate subjects and the audience has to learn to see beyond their own perspective.

Dave,

I recognize you in the upper right corner of your menu!

-- Dave


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