How to Communicate Clearly When Life Gets Busy well first of all I love looking at different headlines that interest me and others. Love reading the news reactions and how they tend to embellish the stories to make untrue.
You see I grew up in New York and love to be direct and to the point example, how I feel about our politics, sports, and Megan Marker and Prince Harry’s lives. ooh, love following them. The New Cinderella Story of our century.
But that doesn’t mean I am clear when delivering the message. Yes, I tend to have my own language better know once jargon. Some laugh at it and others get annoyed. Again, I am from Brooklyn N.Y., and love thinking on my feet even if what comes out my at sounds stupid; I will come back and fix that baby to make some kind of sense… without jargons.
Moreover, the other topics that have me glued to television is the president’s Impeachment and Acquittal. And how everything turned out. I am still thinking about the turn of events and how will it affect a couple of months to come with the elections to come. I tend to use social media to voice my opinions, reason, facts, and stories love to write and their time that what I am writing is all wrong and I need to scratch and start all over again.
Reread your stuff don’t just send it to hold on to those emails, posts that are long and complicated. The short sentence relays the story smoothly without too many details.
Don’t get me wrong I love retelling a movie, a dream, a book but when I am very talkative.
Ok for example I blog and have to write a post for example before publishing it keep it as a draft. Especially, when my email is not a happy one. I can be with a service a friend, work, vendor, collection company, etc… I also keep as a draft. Sure best thing is to read it out loud as to find any mistake from keeping from delivering the message you intended to deliver.
Anf once that is established one can then have a great conversation about once favorite conversation.
My true topic of well-founded discussion about education, child development, and parenting.
- to the point
- no jargons
- Write it clearly with short sentences.
- First, the draft, 1,2, and 3 as to avoid inappropriate emails.
- Hey, read it out loud proofread.
- How important is this to you and send or just say it.
- takes practice but says it today.
“better safe than sorry”
references: retrieved 6/18/2020 magazine wharton.upenn.edu