Previously touched on here in the blog was the notion that nearly seventy five percent of all communication is misunderstood on the receiving end. Within the last few months in my own experience I have taken mental note of just how many times this occurs throughout a typical day for me. It happens through text … Continue reading Do I Copy?
There exists an interesting and useful edge to saying nothing at the right time. Recently I've been putting this idea to the test and the results have proven to be worthwhile in certain situations. It's such a simple thing, it can be used in so many different ways. Silence can mean a lot of things, … Continue reading Silence is Golden
There are many problems within today's society involving relationships. It is said that up to fifty percent of marriages end in divorce nowadays in the United States. This is quite an issue as I imagine that these individuals get together with quite the opposite intention. The roots spread quite deep and they're far reaching as … Continue reading Communicate
On the surface a pie may seem to be cut in a way which provides clean, clear, and equal portions to all who desire a piece. When we dig a little deeper, it is only then upon attempting to retrieve a piece of the pie that we may find this is not always the case. … Continue reading Life’s Pie
The next time you are out and about take a moment to observe the way in which you interact with others during communication. Awhile ago, after learning more about compassionate listening I took a deeper look at how I habitually converse with others. I found that quite often I tend to respond in some situations … Continue reading Stay Awhile and Listen
The way in which we communicate throughout our day leaves a lasting impression on our internal state. You've likely heard that as humans we are creatures of habit but have you given thought to just how far this idea goes? We can spot this quite simply in the way in which we begin to brush … Continue reading Power in Speech
Nearly 75 percent of all communication is misunderstood, improperly received. While we understand that others perceive the world around them in a way that is unique to them, not equivalent to our own perception, we may not fully embody the notion. When we engage in communications with others this is important to take into consideration. … Continue reading The Communicator
Each and every one of us knows that we don't know everything. It doesn't take long to think of some situations in which you know absolutely nothing. So much goes on in this world that it's quite impossible for us to know everything, yet we sometimes act like we do. We're talking about the state … Continue reading Not Knowing