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  • Book Name: Meet Me in the Middle 
  • Authors: Alex Light
  • Pages: 329
  • Genre: Romance novel, Bildungsroman
  • Publish Date: 12 July 2022
  • Language: English

Book review:

In the movie The Treasure of the Sierra Madre, old miner Hombres Bravos challenges his friend Mr. Moto to a grueling treasure hunt. Pitting their wits against those of greed and treachery, 

Mr. Moto emerges triumphant with the mystical treasure they sought- the famous map to the fabled 'Matter of the Middle.' Alex Light's book is a modern interpretation of Mr. Moto's classic text on communicating with differing opinions. In this review, I will:

In the introduction to his book, Alex Light sets up a study of the middle ground between two opposing ideologies.

He tells us that he has found that a healthy discussion can be productive and civil even in the face of strongly held beliefs. 

This idea of finding common ground between opposing ideologies is central to Light's book and to any well-executed communication. It is also an excellent metaphor for how to approach any subject with an open mind.

From there, the book explores what communication looks like at every stage in between two opposing ideologies. Communication occurs in many forms such as speaking, writing, listening and emotional cues such as facial expressions and body language. 

The book explores these forms of communication and how they contribute to conflict and resolution in different situations. For example, communication between friends who are fighting over an issue often devolves into name-calling and emotional manipulation rather than productive discussion. 

In these situations, it is easy to see how false assumptions - such as being dishonest or weak - can lead to a breakdown in communication.

In contrast, Light discusses how civil discourse can occur even when people hold strongly opposing viewpoints on an issue. He points out that people have different responsibilities when engaging in a discussion. 

A detractor has a responsibility to present valid arguments against one's ideas while an advocate has a duty to do so herself with humility and respect. 

By focusing on the task at hand, individuals can find common ground between their opinions and build a foundation for a lasting friendship or partnership.

Throughout the book, Light offers practical advice on how to effectively communicate with diverse opinions on practically any subject under the sun. 

He recommends preparing before talking to someone about an issue by gathering research and forming an opinion yourself. Next, find an area of agreement between yourself and your adversary and work from there to build trust and camaraderie while discussing your ideas. 

Ultimately, communication can be much more successful when everyone involved approaches it with sincerity and positivity toward their adversary's point of view.

Alex Light's book is perfect for anyone who wants to be better at communication- whether with family members, friends or business partners- in any situation whatsoever. 

In this era of rapid change characterized by social media - it is increasingly difficult for people to have honest conversations without getting attacked or emotionally manipulated first. 

Using Light's insights will help you find common ground between your opinions so you can build bridges instead of walls in your life or business relationships.

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