How well do you agree is an indication of your personal growth. The better you can connect with others, the more you want to take on circumstances that stretch your self-development. The more "communication" you have, the more you look for opportunities to learn and grow.
All conversations come with some risk factors. Some conversations, such as exchanges between you and the dryer, may have little risk. Compare this to ask your boss to raise or deal with a challenging customer where you are at stake and you will understand that increased risk communication enhances your natural self-growth. The more you participate in "higher risk" conversations the more you feel confident and have the power to work on your own.
Consider These Five Factors of Effective Communication:
Purpose: Communicating with honest and true plans is not as easy as it sounds. You need a lot of self-awareness to see if your intention is solely for your own interests, even if it is at stake to benefit from helping others. Respectfully observes your conversations for a while and observes your real intentions.
Empathy : Much has been said about the ability to be homosexual or able to gain experience from others. The truth is that without the communication of this part, communication becomes hollow and lacks energy. It is the energy of sympathy that promotes self-growth. Truly conscious changes can provide new insights and is not it the basis of personal growth?
Trust: The ability to trust yourself, possess everything you know and have everything you do not, is the basis of self-confidence. This kind of cleaner self-confidence is not "knowing all" but internal strength to declare you are not familiar with but are willing to learn. The assurance says "Tell me more." The more you learn and the more you grow your own development.
Engagement: While participation is common in today's business with regard to joining employees, participation is the key to avoiding misunderstanding. In conversation, it is more than active listening. It is the ability to integrate the interpretation of messages between the parties. Your message may sound different to the listener than the intended message, and vice versa. Engaging your listener means both keeping your attention and communication as a set of gears.
Patience: It takes time to develop effective communication as it takes time to develop personal growth. It is important to be proficient in treating difficult or more risk groups. Allow yourself the freedom of patience.
Take the challenge and increase the frequency of conversations that are more at stake and enjoy becoming a more secure broker.