December 27th, 2019
Communication is required in lives, everyone communicates in their natural patterns but there are lots of things through which communication skills can be improved to win the world!
Let's talk about a few tips successful people follow.
Who says you should not speak too much? Rather we can learn how to stop and wait for the right moment! Yes, talking too much will cause the waste of your energy and will make you less important or annoying to the people surrounding you.
“Conversation is a two-way street. You have to listen as much as you talk.”
However, if you learn to stop until the right moment and speak, you may know the following things before you speak.
A key technique to make a better impression is to smile.
Not only does smiling make you physically feel better, but according to research, smiling makes you seem courteous, likable and competent.
Another tip to make a good first impression is to talk slow, according to FBI behavior expert Robin Dreeke.
“When individuals speak slowly and clearly, they tend to sound more credible than those who speak quickly.”
Yes, just stop judging people, especially from their faces. You meet people in your life who looks pretty and friendly but you end up knowing that their nature is not suitable to you and some people look weird or angry but when you meet and interact with them, you find them very polite, calm and friendly. This is the life! So stop judging people from their faces or any other things which you SEE.
Just step up and reach them without being shy and start connecting with them. Mostly you will find them suitable for your nature and few of them may change your life too!
Your communication skills will improve more when you don’t do bad things compared to when you do good things. So here are a few points which you should not or never do.
According to hackspirit.com:
We do this because the average speech rates are between 125 and 175 words, whereas we can process between 400 to 800 words a minute, so we believe that we can use that extra time to think about other things, like what we’re going to say.
One study conducted by Faye Doell (2003) showed that there are two different types of listening: “listening to understand” and “listening to respond”. Those who “listen to understand” have greater success in their interpersonal relationships than others.
Quarrels are part of life. You may jump into a quarrel with your cousins, friends or partners but wait, don’t worry about that because this is life! The solution is that you have to tackle and win the battle with yourself first. That is what Stephen’s this thought says:
“Seek first to understand, then to be understood.” – Stephen Covey
“The most basic and powerful way to connect to another person is to listen. Just listen. Perhaps the most important thing we ever give each other is our attention…. A loving silence often has far more power to heal and to connect than the most well-intentioned words. ” – Dr. Rachel Naomi Remen