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9 GOLDEN C's OF COMMUNICATION
- Complication free language
If you don’t speak clearly, people won’t understand you. Clarity is must in any form of conversation.
To speak clearly
- You must know what you want to say.
- You must have words so that you can present your thoughts
- Your gesture and postures must synchronize with your verbal language
Check your conversation pattern
- Are you often asked for repetition of lines?
- Do you often face misunderstanding due to your words?
- Are you used to such words like ‘pardon’,
- ‘Please can you say once more’ etc.
Whatever you speak, try to speak correctly. The common mistakes done are:
Some people either don’t know how to pronounce a word or they develop a habit of wrong pronunciation.
The people who don’t have command over the language mostly use wrong grammar
It’s always better to express yourself in language of command
Try to speak completely and convey yourself fully. By speaking less, you create misunderstanding; mis vital information and mostly you are half heard.
Some people have the habit of word eating.
Don’t do it!
Common errors are:
Over- speaking or long speaking
Over speaking is very common among certain segments of society. Mostly we have to request them to leave the mike.
Using more words than required
Some people use more words but convey less.
Concreteness refers to meaningful and specific words.
If you want to be effective, you must deliver a certain massage in clear words supported by body language.
Example – a luxury premium car.
More concrete talks will create less misunderstanding and give a clear reflection of your personality
This is a vital quality not only in communication but character too.
The meaning of courtesy goes hand in hand with humility and mannerism
Remember all the people who helped you when you were moving upstairs you will again need them when you come downstairs. Be thank to them
How you impress listeners is directly proportional to how creative you are. It is very important in public speaking.
You have to pick and include special elements in your presentations to stir the audience. It can be a phrase, anecdote, short story, poem, incident etc.
Most important sense among all the senses is commonsense
You must understand –
- Why to speak?
- What to speak?
- Where to speak?
- Whom are you speaking to?
- When to speak?
There are certain basic rules since one must apply his or her commonsense to follow them.
`If you don’t take care of “common sense", you will be considered ‘senseless”
- Dr. Ujjwal Patni
Complication factor refers to the usage of complicated, uncommon, and tough words in conversation and public speaking.
You don’t become great by using rare dictionary words in front of the common people, your efforts will be wasted because they won’t understand you.