Using "Nonviolent Communication" in Press

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Using "Nonviolent Communication" in Press

#1 Post by swordsman3003 » Fri Jul 31, 2020 2:34 pm

I started holding a monthly drawing through my Patreon. The Patrons submit essay topics, and then I write an essay based on the winning topic!

This month, a student in my Diplomacy Dojo requested that I write about a book recommendation. This post is about communication, not tactics.

6 Ways "Nonviolent Communication" Will Improve Your Press Diplomacy

New players ofter under-value the "Diplomacy" aspect of the game. If you think that might be an area of improvement for you, this article might be particularly helpful.
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Re: Using "Nonviolent Communication" in Press

#2 Post by Octavious » Sat Aug 01, 2020 5:34 pm

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Limited (2 of 5 remaining)
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Three chumps are paying you $45 a month for an hour of cheap thrills?!?

swordsman, you've become a diplowhore :razz:

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#3 Post by swordsman3003 » Sat Aug 01, 2020 6:35 pm

This might surprise you: I was specifically asked by a fan to add the paid tutoring benefit so that they could pay me for coaching. As you may know, I’ve been coaching many players 3-5 hours per week for several years now...no charge, haha. I haven’t stopped.

In all honesty, that Patreon money is trivial compared to what I make at my “day job.” If I just wanted to make money I would focus on other enterprises, that’s for damn sure...

However, and I’m 100% serious about this: If I can cobble together enough revenue streams such that I know I can make it solely as an internet content producer...I’ll take the massive pay cut and do what I love full time. I’ve been putting a lot of effort into figuring that out.
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