5 Communication Skills – They Didn’t Teach You This – Part 2

5 Communication Skills – They Didn’t Teach You This!

Communication Skills Are Needed to Direct

Communication Skills

This is PART 2 of a series on Communication Skills.  You may want to check out Part 1 from an earlier Post.

Great Communicators are successful in life.

Why is that?

1.  Communication Skills are needed to direct.

2.  Communication Skills are needed to re-direct.

3.  Communication Skills are needed to invigorate.

4.  Communication Skills are needed to unite.

5.  Communication Skills are needed to ignite.

I am going to share some thoughts on

#1:  Communication Skills are needed to direct.

Communication Skills

Great communicators know what direction to take.

Let’s face it…we are drawn to people who know what path they are on and know where they are going.

It doesn’t matter that they are on a completely different path than us…but we LOVE people who are GOING SOMEWHERE!

  • COMMUNICATORS have DIRECTION.

They see the big picture more clearly.

It enhances the way they interact with those around them because they see them “in context”.

Communication Skills

  • COMMUNICATORS have RESOURCES.

They are glad to offer guidance – in a GOOD way – NOT a pushy way.

  • COMMUNICATORS have VISION.

Someone who has a distinct path they are on have a vision of the world that is unlike any other!

Communication Skills

  • COMMUNICATORS have CONTEXT.

When you have a path & vision – everything else in life falls in line and has its’ place.

Communicators seem to be able to help others put things in perspective.

  • COMMUNICATORS have CLARITY

When you know where you are going and how you are going to get there – there is clarity to life.

Great communicators create

  • DIRECTION
  • VISION
  • CONTEXT
  • PERSPECTIVE
  • CLARITY

OK – so all this is good to know…what can you do to communicate BETTER?

FIRST – you have to KNOW where YOU are going!

Have you ever thought about that before?

Do you have a CLEAR vision of your direction?

If not, It may just mean that you need better FOCUS.

More about that in a future post!

So, sit down with your journal and pen and think.

Think freely.

Think wildly.

…about where you want to go.

Then –

write down your plan.

IN DETAIL.

What are your thoughts on this?

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