Communication can be difficult. It is especially difficult when one or both people in an interaction aren’t adept at communicating. Few of us are taught how to communicate effectively with co-workers, customers, family, or people we happen to meet daily. Arthur Bochner and Clifford Kelly sought to determine what makes an individual a competent communicator.
What could you accomplish if you just got out of your own way? Sure, you might stumble a little, but stumbling has got to be better than standing stationary! Imagine … breaking through the many roadblocks you have built over the years. Inertia is your friend, so let’s get started! First, get yourself a journal
Are you where you want to be in your life? Many people who answer “No” to that question do so because they are controlled by fear. Fear of failure. Fear of change. Fear of the unknown. Fear of even, yes, success. It is sometimes easier to stay with what we know and where we at.