PERSONAL COMMUNICATION

A Divorce Lawyer’s Guide to Staying Together, Part 1

Episode 93: Communication Lessons Learned the Hard Way

James Sexton is a very successful Manhattan divorce attorney who has facilitated the demise of more than a thousand marriages. Over the years he has cataloged the problems that most commonly drive couples apart—and he can tell you how to keep them from happening to you.

In the first of a two-part interview, the Guys talk to bestselling author James Sexton about lessons he’s learned about connecting with those you love, taken from his new book, “If You’re In My Office, It’s Already Too Late.”

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Why Can’t People Hear Me?

Episode 92: You Have to Speak Up to Stand Out

Do you ever get the feeling that people are ignoring you? Does it seem like people often “talk over” you in conversations? Do you find yourself wondering if your listeners are really paying attention? They may not be ignoring you; they might not be able to hear you.

In this episode of The Communication Guys podcast, the Guys respond to a listener’s question by describing six common voice problems that can hinder your ability to connect with your world.

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How to Complain Without Whining

Episode 90: How to Make Your Point without Making a Reputation

How do you bring up a problem at work or a concern at home without sounding like you’re just complaining? And when the problem has to be brought up more than once, how can you avoid being labeled as a “whiner?”

Today’s Communication Guys podcast is “How to Complain Without Whining,” where the Guys give five practical tips for voicing those concerns in a positive and constructive way.

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How to Apologize

Episode 88: What to Say When “I’m Sorry” Isn’t Enough

We live in a time where celebrities and public figures seem to offer public apologies on a weekly basis—and sometimes those apologies are less-than-convincing. What makes a good apology? It’s a crucial question for both businesses and relationships alike.

Today’s Communication Guys podcast is “How to Apologize,” where the Guys describe the five crucial elements of every thorough, genuine, and satisfying apology.

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10 Ways to Not Start an Argument

Episode 86: Peace Begins with You

Do you ever find yourself in the middle of an argument and wonder how it could have been avoided? Do your casual conversations have a habit of escalating into heated debates? Then today’s episode is for you.

Today’s Communication Guys podcast is “10 Ways to Not Start an Argument,” where the Guys give ten practical tips to help you bite your tongue, avoid the fray, and make sure that friendly conversation remains on friendly terms.

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