The art of communication

Carl Jung said: ”The meeting of two personalities is like the contact of two chemical substances: if there is any reaction, both are transformed.”

He also said that: ”If one does not understand a person, one tends to regard him as a fool.”

So, in order to become a stunning communicator for the beginning you need to work on developing several other skills which are considered as a base of successful communication.

Skills like emotional intelligence, confidence, empathy, clarity, respect, friendliness, good listening, good articulation. Being aware of the different techniques regarding verbal, non verbal and visual communication are the must skills you have to develop in order to become successful communicator.

All of these skills can be learned. There are thousands of books written about these topics. You can also find a lot of articles on the internet and tutorials on YouTube from where you can get an idea on what you need to develop and how. When you get the basic knowledge regarding these topics the next step is to start using all that you learned in practice.

Step by step and day by day you are going to see and feel your improvement. If you are interested to learn more regarding the improving your communications with others I suggest you to take a look on some of my older articles such as Few facts about constructive criticism . Also Learn how to listen. could be helpful in order to improve your listening skills. You can’t be good communicator if you are bad listener.

Be proactive, not reactive will help you improving your communication at the workplace. If you wish to learn more regarding empathy, emotional and social intelligence methods of improvement please check my blog post Social intelligence, methods of improvement.or 10 facts about logical thinking.

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