Five Powerful Communication Tips
When it comes to communication, most of us tend to think that if we’ve been misunderstood, it is the receiver of the information that is at fault for not understanding. But in reality, the responsibility is on the communicator – that’s you – to acknowledge that if something isn’t understood properly by someone else, it is up to you to change and improve your communication. This is due to the fact that every one of us, no matter how similar our experiences may be, has a unique perspective of life, a unique model of the world from which we receive and process information. We filter out, delete, and distort incoming information on a regular basis out of necessity.
People typically receive 2 million bits of information every second, but are only consciously aware of 126 bits of information at a time…
Here are 5 tips for improving your communication:
by Derek ONeill | on November 4th, 2012 |