Share New Ways to Enrich Your Life
through Great Conversations
with Ron Gross
and leaders of CONVERSATIONS NEW YORK
Wednesday, September 16, 2015, 6:15 – 8:30 PM
Adelphi University – Manhattan Center
75 Varick Street
Room 260-261 on the Second Floor
PLEASE SEE DIRECTIONS AT END
Conversation is our most enjoyable, readily-available, and
powerful way to stimulate our minds, nurture friendships, and continue to learn and grow.
Please join us to preview CONVERSATION MONTH. We’ll share NEW ways to enrich your life by having great conversations more often – and to share that experience with our fellow New Yorkers, as we celebrate the publication on Oct. 9th of Reclaiming Conversation by our esteemed colleague from MIT, Prof. Sherry Turkle.
On the agenda:
Share what we’ve learned about talking together in ways that encourage fresh thinking and nurture
friendships – including the premiere of the mini-play “Conversation Par Excellence” starring CNY thespians.
What’s your Conversational Style? How to recognize and avoid Conversational Narcissism.
Six simple, powerful ways to enhance your conversations for greater enjoyment, creativity, and gratification.
How you can you find great conversations in NYC – or create your own!
We’ll also preview CNY’s CONVERSATION MONTH (October), which will feature:
** a TEDx Salon with Ron Gross on October 9th,
** a Seminar with Professor Turkle on October 20th at Columbia University, to discuss her book.
** city-wide conversations throughout the month on intriguing and important topics, moderated by outstanding hosts.
And of course as always we will honor an outstanding contributor with our prestigious Plato Award (“…and this month’s award goes to….”)
75 VARICK is between Watts and Grand Streets, next to the Jackie Robinson Museum.
RSVP to email@example.com
and to CNY meetup.com
Please bring state-issued photo ID required for admittance to building
DIRECTIONS Subways: #1 to Canal, or A, C. or E to Canal, exit next to the building. J, N, Q, R, W, Z or #6 to Canal, are about 5 blocks southeast at Broadway and Canal. Bus: M20 stops at the front door.
COFFEE/FOOD/BEVERAGES/ETC. Excellent take-out food can be purchased at The Mill (www.TheMilltoGo.com), which is part of the same building, and brought to the meeting.
QUESTIONS OR SUGGESTIONS: Ron Gross at firstname.lastname@example.org