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Newt Bailey

WELCOME! from Newt Bailey, founder of the Communication Dojo.

Contact: info@communicationdojo.com, (415) 694 8798

If you want a greater sense of connection, authenticity, and kindness in your most important relationships, you’ve come to the right place. To put it another way, if you want more intimacy and/or less fighting in your life, you’ve come to the right […]

 

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Monday Drop-In Communication Dojo

NEXT CLASSES: SEPT 16, 23, 30 OCT 7, 14, 21, 28 Monday Drop-in Communication Dojo NO REGISTRATION REQUIRED. ALL WELCOME with Newt Bailey

Mondays 7pm – 9pm

The Center SF, 548 Fillmore Street, San Francisco, CA 94117 Introductory rate: $30 – $10 sliding scale, per class No registration needed. All welcome.

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10-week ONLINE COURSE! “Introduction to Connected Communication”

Dates

REGISTRATION IS OPEN until Oct. 4, 2019

Live sessions: Sept. 20 to Nov. 22, 2019

Access to online classroom: Sept. 20, 2019 to Feb. 23, 2020

If you’re joining after Sept. 20 you can catch up on any live sessions you’ve missed by watching the recordings of these sessions in the online classroom.

Cost

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“Intimate Relationships” – Tuesdays – 4-week Committed Series – San Francisco – starts Oct 8th, 2019

San Francisco

Dates

Oct. 8, Oct. 15, Oct. 22, Oct. 29 (every week, Tue)

Cost

Sliding scale financial request for the series: $340 to $170 - this means we’d love to receive $340 for the series for our own sustainability, and would like to receive a minimum of $170. Let us know if money is an […]

 

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COMING SOON!! Online Course! “Connected Communication”

Dates

June 14th 2019

Online classroom opens on May 31st 2019.

Cost

Will be announced nearer the launch date

Register

Will be announced nearer the launch date

“The content of Communication Dojo classes and the trainers are incredible. NVC has brought this bright sense of presence and reflection to all aspects of my life… […]

 

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NEW!! 10-week ONLINE COURSE! “Introduction to Connected Communication”

Dates

2019 Mar. 31 to Jun. 9

Enrollment is still open. Online classroom became open to participants on Sunday March 31st. First live session is on Friday April 5th. Course description below includes dates of all live sessions.

Cost

Introductory price of $195.

Register

Registration through Eventbrite Please contact newt@communicationdojo.com if you have any questions […]

 

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ARTICLE: Vagus baby! Building your relax & connect response

I just did a Google search for “vagus baby” and it offered me 558,000 results for the alternative search “vegas baby” instead. “Vegas baby! Vegas!” is a line from the 90s movie “Swingers.” (Ignore this spoiler if you intend to watch “Swingers” – swing dancing is fun, and it takes a while to get over your ex…).

Google does however […]

 

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ARTICLE: Political Division within Your Family – What you can do to close the divide, while maintaining your integrity

(This article is an edited version of the article “Battleground Family Thanksgiving – What you can do to close the divide, while maintaining your integrity” written shortly after the 2016 U.S. presidential election.)

There are families where the subjects of politics and religion were declared off-limits years ago. If yours is not one of those […]

 

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ARTICLE: W.A.I.T before you speak or hit “Send”

It can be tricky to give examples of “effective workplace communication.” We know that you can speak or send words to a co-worker, or group of co-workers, that lead to disconnection, conflict, diminished trust, and reduced workplace productivity and harmony. This can happen immediately or gradually over time with enough repetition. However, it’s not always […]

 

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ARTICLE: Envy and jealousy

Let’s talk about envy and jealousy…

One definition of the difference is that envy happens when you wish you had something that someone else has, while jealousy is fear that something you have is being taken away by someone else. They can often occur together though, or be one big indistinguishable emotional soup.  And, for […]

 

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