"You can communicate best when you first listen."
Truth... Let us love, not in word or speech but in truth and action.
1 John 3:18
"Communicate unto the other person that which you would want him
to communicate unto you if your positions were reversed."
Made To Stick |
"For good or ill, your conversation is your advertisement. Every time you
open your mouth you let men look into your mind. Do they see it well
clothed, neat, business wise?"
"To effectively communicate, we must realize that we are all different
in the way we perceive the world - use this understanding as a guide to
our communication with others."
Words of Encouragement |
"Even when you choose your words well, if your tone of voice is hurried,
hostile, or defensive, people may hear something very different from what
Dr. Rick Brinkman and Dr. Rick Kirschner, Dealing with Difficult People
"Follow this simple technique to enhance eye contact:
Whenever you greet a business colleague,
look into his or her eyes long enough to notice what color they are."
Ryan Cooper, Body Language
"Some people feel they can express themselves through art since
they have a hard time communicating in reality."
Daniel Smith, Banned Subconscious Mind Secrets
Friends Like You |
"The most beautiful name in the world is the other person's name,
remember and use it in the conversation to create positive emotions."
Jay Saldivar, Connect In 60 Seconds
"We are always dependent on other people for our results and
achievements, therefore it is important to being able to use effective
D. Chandler, Communication: Influence and Persuasion Secrets
Results By Action Or Inaction |
"Don't worry about silences n the conversation. It doesn't mean
everyone is looking to you; the whole gathering has a responsibility
to keep the conversation going and, sometimes, silence is good."
Brian Adams, Social Anxiety
"Ask most therapists, and they will tell you that good communication
is at the heart of any successful relationship."
Sophie Winters, It's Not You It's Us
". . .the better you know your target customer, the better you can relate
and communicate with them."
Daniel da Silva Lay, From Idea to Launch
Customer Service |
"Part of what makes online communication so easy is that we have time to
think over how to express our thoughts while sitting at a computer,
and then we don't have to be polite about leaving email when ready."
Amy Kay Watson, Working with Stress and Fear
"Creating a good working environment involves frequent and
open communication, regular recognition of achievement and
Phil Moody, Management
"Effective communication helps to keep the team working on the right
projects with the right attitude."
Alex Langer, Effective Leadership
"Leaders must recognize and then clearly communicate that
outcomes measurement is not about simply counting things or
Mario Morino, Leap of Reason
"Having a vision is important, but it will not serve if the leader is not able
to communicate it to give the expected changes any chance of taking hold."
Max Cesar King, Make Winners!
"A strong leader must possess strong communicational skills. As a leader,
learn to listen. A good listener makes a great leader. You must work and
try to understand desires, needs, thoughts, beliefs, feelings etc. of others."
Daniel Transon, The Leadership Challenge
"Even if you do not have effective communication skills, you can improve
your skills by learning more about communication as a whole."
Mel Kennedy, Leadership: The Power of Leadership in Business Management
"Communication is also crucial for building team trust and detecting
potential problems in early stages of project development."
Andy Stone, Management: 25 Strategies to Manage Teams, Lead Effectively, and Build Trust In Your Teams
"You must be able to communicate successfully in order to become a leader
and someone others listen to."
Keith Boyer; Matt Riley, Psychology and The Art of Persuasion Box Set
"Remember that tantrums are already the extreme way of communication
for toddlers. And toddlers don't just go into tantrums for no reason.
Pay attention to your child and don't ignore their needs."
Patricia Munsford, How to Discipline a Toddler
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