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- On January 6, 2016
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Communication is essential for a social makeover. Facelift to an organization comes only with effective PR (Public Relation). There was an era where sales pitch mostly included blatant and persistent approach. It often gave the telephonic campaign a bad name. It was this lackluster slant that caused many businesses to tumble through the convention. Falling into such a pit was typical of hell, especially for organizations in the startup bracket.
Many consider mere talking is a waste of breath. Some of me had inclined to that belief as well. But, the radical truth screams that communication does change the world indeed and it does when delivered with an artistic touch.
Could we live in a world without telephone or the internet? How else would you campaign without a medium? Would you be having a normal day without television or radio?
So, talking isn’t a waste of breath, at least not entirely! It is the content that defines if they are mere words or if they make sense at all.
Keep the communication less intimidating and express more enthusiasm while reaching out to your clients. After all, communication is merry when they are expressed in a delightful manner.
Here is how the world benefited from communication:
1. Communication Brings People Together
It would be misleading if communication is interpreted for fluency. An honest communication wouldn’t require intricate translation. Communication is all about deciphering the other person’s view verbally, visually and anything in-between. Connecting with another is possible by focusing on establishing common grounds. Businesses in the present era work without barriers because communication has made it possible. When you can find a way to reach out to your customers and convince how your product can benefit them, you are breaching the barriers that stereotype people based on geography. If the customer has shown interest in your product, then you have won investing your efforts.
2. Motivation Comes From Communication
Communication works in extraordinary ways. It could be the conversation that made you feel motivated; a song that touched your heart; or a feeling of strength when leaders reach out to their followers at the time of crisis. When intended message resonates back and forth between two sources, it is communication in action. So, communication is a need rather than a mere wanting, because we often feel more of it would make us feel better.
3. There Is Something We Can Learn From Communication
Communication allows us to unravel the subject that is the focus of discussion. It is often the “yield and earn” experience that makes it an essential ingredient to humanity. But, what if the subject alone trips you? What if you are inept at deciphering the context? How would you account for that? Would you need more communication? Yes? Hence, it is evident it is an inseparable part of one’s life and that communication cannot be done away with. It is essential for your day to day life. Communication has revolutionized the world we live and will continue to do so in the coming years. Above everything else the fact stands that, communication is both learning and teaching experience
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