See How Easily You can Master the Art of Communication

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You know that feeling when you got something to say but you just dunno how to say it?

It's frustrating as hell, right?

Imagine if you could cultivate the words you need on demand.

Start tapping into into your hidden ability to be assertive. You can soon have people hanging on your every word, captivated.

Here's how:


#1. Listen to your inner voice.

That little voice in the back of your head can really come in handy. Employ it as a prompt for what to say next.

Even if it sounds stupid in your mind, just say it.

You don't know how powerful these words might be until you say them.

As human beings we all have a tendency to fixate on minor faults in ourselves, real or imaginary.

Trust in what you are saying. Believe in yourself and others will believe in you also.

#2. Embrace the power of silence.

Words don't have to fill every second.

A little break in the midst of conversation gives people time to digest what has been said. They will also have the time to respond if necessary.

It also stops you from getting too far ahead of yourself. You don't want to be stumbling over your words do you?

Keeping a steady pace is very important. Speaking too much or too quick reveals nervousness. Act as if you are confident. Even if you are sweating like a pig.

#3. Trust in the universe.

Don't plan every word and every pause you make. Tune in to your gut feeling and roll with it. You will know.

Keep your mind calm and your thoughts sharp. Above all else, you 'ave to really believe in what you are saying.

Get into the zone and say what feels right in your heart.

#4. Stop caring what other people think.

When you worry too much about other people's opinions you hold yourself back.

The key to effective communication is being assertive. Letting people know your opinion.

To achieve your full potential to have to let go your inhibitions.
“When you give yourself permission to communicate what matters to you in every situation you will have peace despite rejection or disapproval. Putting a voice to your soul helps you to let go of the negative energy of fear and regret.” 
― Shannon L. Alder
 


Final thoughts.

Thoughts comes from the head, feelings come from the heart. Learn to distinguish the two from one another. In all areas of your life this will bring you the most mind-blowing results.

Your words are like your aura. They reflect the beauty of your inner being to the outer world.

Let me know how this goes for you. I'd love to hear some personal stories.

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