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If your expectations in others leave you disappointed, it may be your fault. You are attempting to set guidelines for individuals who may either not want them or can’t comprehend the need for them.
Your communicative skills need work; this course of action results in indecision and misunderstanding thus leaving you feeling forlorn.
More often than not you are guilty of using vague, confusing language. We want to reach people but do not want to hurt their feelings. In reality we end up making the following errors:
1. Leave the conversation with the person we were communicating with no certain outcome, or understanding.
2. End up with them not fulfilling what we had in mind because we chose to use words like “feel” “sort of” “possibly” and “maybe.” This provides a skewed sense of purpose.
First off there is a time for talking in an ethereal manner: When you looking for others opinions, ideas, and feedback this may be necessary.
When it comes down to setting expectations, making decisions, and setting deadlines get rid of those soft words and choose language that will deliver a decisive outcome.
Good communication is the key to more than business, it is the key for a thriving life. The manner in which we motivate and articulate can be so impactful.
So, the next time you want another coaching certification consider researching opportunities to improve your effective communication skills.
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