You can improve your communication skills by focusing on your “micro-connects”. They are small things you can do every time you interact with someone that shows you care and appreciate them.
Studies have shown that even a very small college savings fund significantly increases the likelihood that a child will attend college. So, finding the money to save even a little can go a very long way.
How do you spell R-E-S-P-E-C-T? It’s much easier to see what a lack of respect looks like in others, than to recognize when you aren’t showing respectful behavior. Test out how you are doing.
Are you a positive communicator? Are you sure?
Do you have people at work that you have trouble connecting with? Do you wish you could improve some of those relationships?
Here are 5 ways to do just that.
To become a good communicator in something you have to be committed to making some changes and, like the kid kissing the pig, you have to be all in.
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