Effective Communication

Effective Communication

Communication is how we transfer information to one another. It might be through speech, body language, text, email, or emoji. It can be through dance, poetry, music or paintings. The plants communicate with each other, the animals communicate with each other, our cells communicate with each other and every atom in the universe communicates with each other. The reason why our bodies are so perfectly put together is because of the effective communication going on within our biological system. If the communication is off then the body begins to malfunction. We recognize this as being sick, diseased, or being plagued with cancer. When wars break out, there is a sense of miscommunication going on between the adversaries, because in all honesty no one wakes up wanting to go to war with another people.

 

Communication is constant and cannot be stopped. Knowing this, it is vital that we communicate effectively. Meaning, it is important to make sure that the information that we transfer is in a form that can be easily assimilated by the receiving party, otherwise the truth can get lost in translation. At the same time, we also want to be certain that as the decoder we are overtly qualified in deciphering any and all messages that are passed to us.

Master Communicator. That is what we should all strive to be. Almost every problem in the world could be solved if the planet as a whole was on the same page. Instead, communication gets muffled by beliefs, prejudices, egos, and pride. Everybody wants to believe that what they think and know at the present moment is the truth. And it very well may be, but somebody has to surrender for the greater good of the whole.

So, when it comes to mastering the art of communication or becoming an expert in the process of understanding and transferring information, you must consider the study of many subjects that weave in and out of every culture and society.

  • Leadership
  • Networking
  • Relationships
  • Intimacy
  • Emotional Intelligence
  • Motivation
  • Depression
  • Anger Management
  • Competition
  • Love
  • Formal Education
  • Self-Education
  • Parenting
  • Poverty
  • Wealth
  • Peace
  • Gratitude
  • Forgiveness
  • Investing
  • Real-Estate
  • Stock Market
  • Business
  • Entrepreneurship
  • Passion
  • Philosophy
  • Spirituality
  • Sarcasm
  • Mentorship
  • Listening
  • Public Speaking
  • Entertainment
  • Sports
  • Body Language
  • Empathy
  • Sympathy
  • Money
  • Manipulation
  • Sexuality
  • Seduction
  • Romance
  • Coaching
  • Meditation
  • Nutrition
  • Fitness
  • Sex
  • Learning
  • Teaching
  • Culture
  • Language
  • Writing
  • Music
  • Art
  • Religion
  • Human Nature
  • History
  • Technology

Quite the list right. But when you think about it, this is exactly what we deal with on a day-to-day basis. I bet if you were to carry this list around with you for an entire day, you would find a situation to match almost every subject on it. Either we are or someone else is communicating within one of these sectors. The question is, how is it being signaled and received.

Now, obviously knowing exactly what the other person is trying to get at does not mean you are going to agree with them, but it does make it easier for you to respond most beneficially. When we don’t understand, misunderstand, or just don’t like what is being shared, we typically react in a hostile or unfavorable manner. This will almost guarantee a lose-lose scenario. Whether we initiate the communication or are the initial responder, we must act with care, understanding the possible ramification of our next action. But if you don’t know why, how, or what is being said or what you should say back in order to be effective and direct, you must study the many realms of the human being culture.

Here are some great resources for you to dig into that will upgrade your communication skills:

  1. Signals by Allan Pease
  2. John C. Maxwell
  3. Malcolm Gladwell
  4. Robert Greene
  5. Tony Robbins
  6. RSD Tyler
  7. Brother Polight
  8. Umar Johnson
  9. The Rock Newman Show
  10. Mindwise by Nicholas Epley

 

 

 

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