Reviews of ‘How to Have Meaningful Conversations’

Make every word count

A practical guide

“There are a very few moments that we recall as truly significant shifts in our lives. These often if not always come through conversation. Read this book and understand why – a powerful guide to genuine growth and change.”

William Isaacs, author of Dialogue and
the Art of Thinking Together and Senior Lecturer at
MIT Sloan School of Management

A powerful book

“How to Have Meaningful Conversations by Sarah Rozenthuler is the epitome of excellence in the art of introspective communication. This powerful book provides the tools, tactics and strategies to enter a world of Big Conversations with others
and ourselves. If getting the most out of life is important to you, you must read How to Have Meaningful Conversations!”

Eldon Taylor PhD, FAPA, radio personality and New York Times. Bestselling author of Choices and Illusions and Mind Programming

Warm, engaging and encouraging

“In a style that is warm, engaging and encouraging, this book invites us to enrich our conversational lives. We are shown that our conversations are pivotal to our personal unfolding, and that we can readily learn to have ‘big conversations’ more skilfully.

One of the great qualities of the book is that you feel as if you are having an inspiring conversation with the author.”

Graham Lee, Author of Leadership Coaching and Director of The Thinking Partnership

Insightful, thought-provoking and well-written

“This book is a gem—insightful, thought-provoking, well-written, and based on good psychological theory and practice. Sarah Rozenthuler ably and seamlessly links theory to practice and makes the complex easily accessible to any reader regardless of their background.

I thoroughly recommend it to anyone interested in learning much more about the power of conversations in all walks of life.”

Neil Anderson, PhD Professor of Human Resource Management and Director of Research, Brunel Business School, Brunel University

For purpose-led teams and organizations

“Conversation is key to enhancing our relationships. This book gives you powerful tools so you can have heart-to-heart interactions that will be make your relationships more rich, fulfilling and transformative.”

Marci Shimoff, New York Times bestselling author of Love for No Reason and Happy for No Reason, and featured teacher in The Secret

We evolve through conversation

“We evolve through conversation. When you are willing to change the conversation you are having, with others or with yourself, it can literally change your life. This great book shows you how.”

Robert Holden PhD, author of Shift Happens! and Happiness NOW

Full of head, heart, hand and soul

“The best thing I’ve read on conversations (and how they change your life) in 20 years. Full of head, heart, hand and soul. It’s practical, rigorous, deeply personal, clever and accessible.

Every story connected and resonated with my life as a parent, son, husband, consultant, tutor and sometime free/unfree spirit.”

John Higgins, Research Associate at Ashridge Business School and author of Images of Authority, Organisational Consulting: A Relational Perspective and Organisational Consulting: At the Edges of Possibility