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The term “self-improvement” broadly refers to the act of improving yourself, but it can also be applied to a number of different topics. Self-improvement can include personal development in terms of leadership skills, goal setting, visualization skills, organizational skills, time management, and mind power. That's what google says self-improvement is. ...


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As you say, almost everything in interpersonal skills is a form of communication. This is a meta tag. If you're asking a question about a specific form of communication, that tag is preferable (e.g. emails, texting). If this post gets support, the mods can request the CMs blacklist the tag to prevent it being recreated. This is better done before the tag ...


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Kill it. The point of Interpersonal Skills is communication, meaning (almost) every question on the site is about communicating something, whether that be that you're not trying to be creepy or that you like your cashier. As such, every question could have the approach tag. "[P]roperly convey[ing] certain feelings or inform[ing] someone about a problem&...


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Let's burninate! I went through the first page of results for questions tagged with "approach", and it seems that there are two main patterns of usage of this tag: questions on how to approach someone about something, questions that use the tag because they're asking for advice on how to approach someone about something, yet the question isn't phrased ...


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TL;DR: Leave the tag, things are fine as is. The conversations tag is the most broadly use on IPS As of now the tag makes up 536 of our total 2,968 questions, or roughly 18.1%. Looking at a well established site like ELU, their top tag makes up 15.5% of their total questions. WorldBuilding's top tag makes up 22.9% of their total questions! So I'd say ...


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I'll agree that the tag is probably overused. I say we should keep the tag. It's not true that every interpersonal interaction involves a conversation, though many do. Even if conversation is very common that doesn't mean that it is worthless to note-- someone looking for posts about conversation, specifically, shouldn't be forced to read every question to ...


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It's an old but still valid question and I would say: let's delete it! This tag as no definition and people tend to use it as the opposite of non-verbal-communication which almost every question here. Knowing this, I believe that this tag doesn't add value to any question and should, therefore, be removed.


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