Your Way Of Communication Impacts Your Look:
Communication impacts your look:
“Try to make at least one person happy every day. If you cannot do a kind deed, speak a kind word. If you cannot speak a kind word, think a kind thought. Count up, if you can, the treasures of happiness that you would dispense in a week, in a year, in a lifetime.”
– Lawrence G. Lovasik
What you say makes a greater difference then what you do, you can change your actions but you can never take back something you have once said it. Your words can have a great impact on the next person, it is up to you and in your hands, whether you want it to be a good impact or a bad one. It is better to remain silent then to speak out and remove all doubts. That’s an excellent saying actually. If only we have it in us to do as our brain tells us, we act impulsive and say what comes in our mind at the instant, but that’s not how it should be, we should think before we speak because our word are powerful and they can either make someone happy or can cause great hurt to someone. Our communication impacts our looks so it is our choice as to how we want to use the power of our words.
Your way of communication impacts your look:
“WHAT ARE THE CONSEQUENCES when we go against our instincts? What are the consequences of not speaking out? What are the consequences of guilt, shame, and doubt?”
― Terry Tempest Williams, When Women Were Birds: Fifty-four Variations on Voice
What we say and how we say represents who we are in reality. Our words reflect our soul, our mind, our upbringing, our thoughts and our beliefs. Choosing our words can be a difficult task but it would be worth the impact it would have on others. A little effort in order to make someone happy will only make you happy too. It is up to us to decide whether we want to speak humble and kind words so that people may perceive positive things about us, or we can leash out on every other person that comes to speak to us just to let them know what kind of a person we truly are. Your words are something you have control on, how you speak to others would make you and only you responsible for the consequences and outcomes.
“Choosing with integrity means finding ways to speak up that honor your reality, the reality of others, and your willingness to meet in the center of that large field. It’s hard sometimes.”
-Terry Tempest William
It might seem a little straight forward to some people, but that is the reality. If you are well aware of what your words and your actions are going to reflect to others about you or how they would impact them, you would learn to control your words and this takes a lot of time but it is not something that you cannot do. We should think twice before we speak because what we say can either plant a seed of success or failure in the mind of others. You want others to believe in you, to trust you then you should know how to speak kindly and humbly. Our words reflect our mind and thinking, everyone needs to be aware of that.