Speak To People, Not Machines

Speak To People, Not Machines

In this era of Facebook, Twitter and e-mail, communication skills have been lost or left indefinitely. There was a sharp decline in face-to-face contact for immediate overload. Because of this, people remember the important possibilities of communication and networking.

Technology is great, and I will not be without it. But face-to-face communication can offer us some of the richest experiences. Human contact keeps you alert and allows you to make physical contact with another person, a property that is completely lost in direct communication. Face-to-face communication is also the most effective form of communication that can contribute to your success. Today 8 tips are given to help you communicate on the face:

  1. Start a personal contact.

    E-mail is fast, but it can easily be misunderstood, which can result in difficult circumstances. More information is communicated via one-on-one communication. Especially if there is a possibility of conflict, you should personally meet to express negative feelings and understand that we all have emotions and can be sensitive to problems. Meet each other to make real contact

    1. Be alert to body language, facial expressions and eye contact.

      Use these tools to take advantage of you. Visual communication of interest, flexibility and meditation. Make sure the other person sees the details of the scene, but make sure that you do not misinterpret them.

      1. Keep your eyes focused on goal.

        Do the chat well, but remember that you want to start communicating for the first time. Use face-to-face contact to clarify your message. This allows you to ensure that the message is understood and well received.

        1. Make the number of calls.

          Do not go over topics. Discuss the conversation and the people involved. She wanted to go out and remember what the discussion was and she thought the conversation was successful.

          1. Be real and honest.

            Be present, not in your head, or worse, on your phone. Be confident to speak with confidence and interest. Give your full attention to the second speaker.

            1. Be sensitive to someone else’s time.

              Do not spend 20 minutes asking for 10 minutes; do not skip problems. With the current proposals you can clearly communicate and contribute to a successful conversation.

              1. Be prepared.

                Learn more about conversations before you begin. If you discuss ideas with a colleague or the president, know what you want with the outcome of the conversation.
                1. There is a one-way collaboration for communication.

                  Every contact is given and made. Take the initiative to start a face-to-face dialogue and give your full attention to the other person.

                  A face-to-face dialogue is the most complete and powerful form of the conversation. Do not evade it, hug it and work it yourself. Do not miss any opportunity that occurs when you contact another person.

Author: nirob