- How to Communicate with a Japanese Woman Online
How to Communicate with a Japanese Woman Online
How have you been? We understand that many people are staying at home. Currently, our meeting arrangements for our male and female members are an online basis only. Online meetings work very well and we are receiving positive feedback from our members.
One of our member couples: Mr. J in Australia and Miss A in the US shared their positive online experience. She wrote to us that they enjoy exercising together by using ZOOM. She said that it is a challenging time for them, but they focus on sharing the joyful activity of exercise online and look forward to seeing each other in person someday soon.
Here is an interesting video on how to enable great communication.
10 ways to have a better conversation by Celeste Headlee
These methods can be used by anyone in any situation.
- Don’t multitask. (4:27)
- Don’t pontificate. (4:50)
- Use open ended questions. (6:02)
- Go with the flow. (6:39)
- If you don’t know, say that you don’t know. (7:26)
- Don’t equate your experience with theirs. (7:46)
- Try not to repeat yourself. (8:26)
- Stay out of the weeds. (8:46)
- Listen. (9:08)
- Be brief. (10:29)
Let’s work on becoming great communicators and keeping great relationships with Japanese women!
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