Tips on Effective Communication

Tips on Effective Communication

Some people are naturally eloquent and articulate. Others, however, might find it more difficult to convey their thoughts clearly and effectively. But, in both cases, there’s certainly some more room for improvement. Communication is just one of those art forms that can be mastered but never truly perfected.

Miscommunication is a fact of life. “Unfortunately, clear, effective communication isn’t always as simple as we take it to be,” reads this article by Jack Canfield.

This is made worse by the fact that the break down of communication can have truly devastating effects. It can, for example, result in costly mistakes or, in some cases, even cause relationship-destroying miscommunication. 

This article aims to diminish the chances of that from ever happening.

In this insightful piece, Jack Canfield shares with us easy-to-follow tips on how to communicate better with our peers. He issues easy-to-digest pieces of advice so that we can convey our thoughts better.



Read the source article at Jack Canfield

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Symmone Gordon

Symmone Gordon is free spirited and leaps into uncertainty. She has business/practical skills combined with Intuition to illuminate the whole picture for business women and spiritual seekers to identify and transform self imposed limitations helping women transition from limiting to limitless. Intensify intuition and gain clarity.

With a background in sustainable agriculture working with the Cotton On Foundation for communities in Uganda to live a better life – food and water security, successful outcomes and great impact on villages.

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