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Communicating

Communications and listening skills are an important part of our everyday lives. You communicate with your child, your husband, your boss, your co-workers, all using a different approach.

Communications is the act of verbal or non-verbal skills. Communicating can be done with one person or a group of people. Communicating not only enhances our way of living, but it also motivates our very existence.

How we communicate tells a lot about our personalities, our status, and our relationships. Communicating is the ground work for building any type of relationship. Whether it's at home, at work, or in a large crowd of people.

Types of communications:

  • Speaking
  • Body Language:crossing your arms
  • Touching: holding hands
  • Eye contact: shows you're interested in the conversation
  • Exchange of information: phone calls, writing letters, e-mailing, singing, text messaging
  • Sign language
  • Reading

Communication Styles:

  • Your tone and expressions: how and what you say can take on a different prospective
  • Your posture: how you sit or stand can make a difference
  • Your demeanor: all personalities are different
  • Being defensive

How to Communicate:

  • Share ideas
  • Networking
  • Brain Storming
  • Person-to-person

To accomplish good communications, you must first know how to listen, and to react in a way that you are comfortable with. Knowing how to communicate at all levels and situations is an important asset.

Communication skills are important when applying for employment, starting a relationship, or simply enjoying the company of love ones or colleagues.

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