Saying “I feel,” instead of saying “I think” or “I suppose,” is both prevalent and controversial, particularly among women. A Stanford study found that prefacing a sentence with “I feel,” instead of “I think,” is more likely to get others to really listen. This is part of a complete episode.

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  1. Lexlu says:

    What I found most fascinating about this was the way another important issue was brought, briefly to the surface. How woman are quickly cut off in the board room due to differences in speach. It begs the question of gender inequality vs. A difference in speach.

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