How Well Do You Communicate With Others?

How well do you communicate with others? Do words flow for you? Or, do you need to brush up on these skills?

Good communication is the key to understanding others. It helps to build and grow relationships.

In turn, strong relationships can work in your favor to increase your business. Definitely, a win-win situation for your clients and you.

Simple Steps to Improve Skills

The  tips below might be help to you. They  are simple to use and easy to follow.

  1. Be genuine and honest in your communications. People know when you are being real in conversations. Your words should line up with your body language. Mix signals can come across as you not being an genuine, honest person.
  2. Focus on the other person during a conversation. In other words, be present in the communication rathen than focusing on the next item on your checklist.
  3. Listen carefully to the other person. When listen with purpose, you are better able to serve the individual. Afterall, conversation is a two way street, listening is big part of the process. Remember, you have two ears and one mouth for a reason.
  4. Ask open-ended questions. A close-ended question forces an immediate answer such as yes or no. An open-ended question allows for people to talk about what is really on their minds.
  5. Focus should be on meeting a need. When the other people is talking, listen for a need or problem that your products or services can solve. Be sure to have success stories and recommendations readily available to share with the individual.
  6. Ask for referrals and follow up. Be prepare to ask the person for referrals from others.  Don’t hesitate to ask for contact information so that you can follow up in a few days. Remember, the fortune is in the follow up.

These simple steps are help you improve how you communicate with others.

I hope that you find value in these tips .

Warmest Wishes,

Myra Reidy

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About the author

After retiring from my first career, I realized that I was not ready to fully stop working. Have been reared in a family with a strong work ethic, I sat out to start a second career. I fell in love with business, sales, marketing, and serving others. This adventure has opened doors for me that I never dreamed. Entrepreneurship is very rewarding encore career. Now, I am on a mission to empower others by helping them to grow and build their businesses.

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