What is Your Dinner Conversation?

Friends at an evening dinner party

I love this question because it aims directly at values and productivity. I argue that whatever you enjoy in life tends to prevails in your dialogue.

So what do you talk about?
This is a double edge question because hopefully it’s about things you are passionate about. AND those things hopefully gravitate around fruitful goals, family, health, learned wisdom, gratitude, and your connection to God.
What’s not ideal conversation?  Gossip.
Gossip shows your lack of substance and creativity. I encourage you to closely analyze your circle of friends (trusted agents) and determine if your conversation slips into gossip or is it productive in nature. Be attentive so that if it does slip into a realm of destruction (rather than production) to stop it immediately and change the conversation’s direction.
As you express your goals and victories you will attract like minded people and you will certainly form bonds that have deeper ties because encouragement will be the expectation when you interface.
Just some food for thought. What are your thoughts?
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~Andrae Ballard is a graduate of the United States Military Academy at West Point where he was commissioned as an Infantry Officer. He has served at every echelon from platoon through Corps level operations. He is also a part-time faculty member at Central Texas College, teaching in the Mathematics Department. He holds a BS in Systems Engineering from West Point and an MS from Central Michigan University in Human Resources Administration. 
~Andrae’s most recent assignments include serving as the Aide-de-Camp to the 8th Army Commanding General in Yongsan, Korea, as well as the Public Affairs Officer for the Special Operations Command Korea Commanding General. His deployments include multiple combat tours in Operation Iraqi Freedom and Operation Enduring Freedom (Afghanistan). 
~Andrae is a graduate of the United States Army Command and General Staff College, as well as the United States Army Jumpmaster and Ranger Schools. He is the COO of Alexander Graham Properties LLC, an organization that provides resources and consultation to those in need of financial help. 
~Andrae has spoken throughout the world, helping people to hone their leadership skills and potential and has assisted many, helping them to establish a clear and effective strategy to meet their life goals.

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