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Importance of Communication

By | June 2009
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Communication Skills

A skill that everyone could benefit from mastering would be the art of Effective Communication. We all have the tools to be effective communicators, but not everyone is masters at communicating effectively. Communication plays an important role in our professional lives as well as our personal life. Everyone in the world communicates with one another, whether it is through face to face communication, sign language, and writing or through distance communication. Being able to communicate with the right choice of words, tone, and using correct grammar and being able to connect with the intended audience is what makes a person a great communicator. Effective communication helps other people to get to know who we are and what we need or want from the person we are communicating to. We would greatly benefit from mastering effective communication in our personal and professional life. One benefit we get from communicating effectively is having our audience clearly understand our ideas and thoughts. If we master communication we would be able to communicate to the people we are close with without hurting their feelings or having our statements sound insulting.

In a relationship, having effective communication between one another is extremely important, in order for a healthy relationship to thrive. Without effective communication the relationship would not have a strong base. When communicating effectively with loved ones it is easier to overcome problems between each other. Without effective communications we would not be able to have relationships that last. I have met some divorced people who say that their marriage ended because there was a lack in communication. How ever having effective communication does not only matter in marriages. Effective communication also plays an important role between a parent and their children. Having effective communication gives us the ability to talk to our children in a way that...
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