How Can I Say This...

How Can I Say This...

Published by: Beth Buelow
59 Episodes | First Released: Sep 4 '18
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Stu@CLT
May 28
Rating:   10
I’m digging this podcast!

When I hear a woman speak from an encouraging, peaceful, reassuring place, she’s speaking my language! Great work Beth. You’re communicating to this man. Keep it up.

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KR podcasts
Oct 24 '18
Rating:   10
Great perspective!

Beth is a master at crafting what to say- if you are ever struggling with finding the right words, this is an excellent short form podcast to help you with ideas- it is one of her superpowers!

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Caren Messing
Sep 20 '18
Rating:   10
Thank you addressing my submitted question

I am thankful that you included my question on your podcast (regarding giving feedback about hygiene) and appreciate the dynamic and multifaceted discussion that ensued. As a massage teacher (and massage practitioner) for 26 years the multiple layers of considerations you and your colleague unpacked on your podcast shed light on the matter with nuanced compassion and insight.Oftentimes, that which is central to this communication can become even more ‘charged’ due to power differentials whether within the classroom (teacher/student) or in the massage therapy context (provider/massage recipient) not to mention in ‘egalitarian’ relationships.It is not easy to model the communication for others to appreciate let alone stay present in the flow of the communication itself when directly conveying the sensitive feedback in the actual situation.Beth Buelow and her guest refreshingly brainstorm a variety of points of view with mental poise and acumen.The audio quality of this podcast is top-notch — transitions are seamless and smooth and engenders an aesthetically appealing sound-space; it creates an ambience that fosters the listeners’ capacity to ‘tune in’ in both mind and heart. The subject matters that are addressed are fecund and it is difficult not to digress while unpacking these topics— and the editing prowess that goes into streamlining these dynamic discussions can not be taken for granted. Not an easy task when grappling with content as richly layered as Beth Buelow and her guests tackle.I hope your podcast continues to gain momentum and a broad listenership.Respectfully,Caren(NYC)

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lkrkjb
Sep 20 '18
Rating:   10
Excellent podcast and interviewer

Wow! I really love this podcast, and I'm extremely choosy when it comes to podcasts. Super helpful, excellent content, and just what the world needs right now. Beth is a fantastic interviewer. I subscribed so I won't miss anything!

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ALP_SEA
Sep 19 '18
Rating:   10
Thank you, Beth!

Thank you, Beth, for your consistently thoughtful, compassionate, and perfectly-worded responses to questions about inter-personal communications challenges. I so appreciate you sharing your 360-degree perspective on situations. Your ability to clearly identify the various “facets of the stone,” and then provide relevant, actionable guidance — is refreshingly unique and inspiring! I look forward to each new HCIST episode as motivation to think differently and act intentionally. Merci beaucoup!

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MagdaleneBadass
Sep 11 '18
Rating:   10
A New Lens

Beth Buelow's "How Can I Say This" is a new lens with which to see our often contentious world. Concrete ideas on how to handle difficult people and awkward situations. Some speakers I liked better than others, but all gave thoughtful and quality interviews with Beth asking intriguing questions. The quality of the podcast could improve - while it was fun to hear Beth's cat in the background, the buzzing of a lawnmower or plane overhead made it hard to hear and went on far too long. I'm sure they are getting the kinks worked out and I look forward to listening on into the future!

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Carrie Barker
Sep 6 '18
Rating:   10
A great, timely subject!

I have followed Beth for years and am always so impressed with her warmth and compassion, laser focus on a subject, conscious communication, gentle curiousity, and kind openness. She hits it on the nail again with this new podcast - we can all learn how to listen and learn from eachother, especially in these unsure times.

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MGriebler
Sep 4 '18
Rating:   10
Marketing communications consultant

Insightful, to the point and deeply compassionate, Beth helps listeners navigate the treacherous waters of communication in an era where civility is an endangered species. She and her guests provide tips that can be immediately put to use, while encouraging us to think about how our values guide the way we talk to friends, family and colleagues. Just listening to the first two epidodes gave me the tools to unlock a problem I've wrested with for most of my life: the art of saying no. I look forward to hearing more about what Beth has to say on this very timely and important topic.

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GraceLJ
Sep 4 '18
Rating:   10
Bite-sized, fascinating, and actionable

Beth is one of the better interviewers on the podcast circuit - and she has some of the most interesting guests! The topic here is crucially relevant for these times, and she handles the issues with sensitivity and clarity. Wrapping up each episode with a challenge to ACT on what we learn is brilliance. Highly recommended for anyone seeking ways to improve any type of interpersonal interaction. Thank you, Beth!

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KC12345!!!
Sep 4 '18
Rating:   10
❤️🔥❤️🔥❤️🔥❤️🔥❤️

This podcast is just what the doctor ordered! We are living in a time where it seems like we’ve forgotten how to talk to each other. Beth and her guests do a great job of giving us useful practical tools along with mindset shifting stories. This show is full of great gems I can use as I manage conflict and difficult conversations as a mediator and negotiate deals as a lawyer. Thanks for sharing, Beth! Kwame ChristianDirector of the American Negotiation InstituteNegotiate Anything Podcast

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Kkmd 3
Sep 3 '18
Rating:   10
Grateful for this space of curiosity and courage

So needed in this world a space for conversation where we learn and grow together with our differences and our similarities. Very grateful to Beth who has an amazing skill in creating that welcoming, curious, and encouraging conversational space. Looking forward to more!

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