Communication without Words

6 Things You Communicate Without Ever Opening Your Mouth

Privacy has become a hot issue on social media. People fear giving up too much information in their profiles, posts, pins, or tweets to...

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Being Confident in the Workplace

Communicating Confidence Versus Arrogance

You’ve probably dealt with people whom you’ve wanted to whop upside the head because of their arrogant attitude. Yet some might argue that...

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Concise and Proper Language

Can, Uh, You, Ah, Stop Using Word-Fillers?

I’m not being literal because some speakers weary their audiences with more than word fillers (like, so, right, basically, literally, absolutely,...

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Standing Out in a Crowd

Make Yourself Memorable: 6 Communication Can-Do’s

The desire to be memorable doesn’t necessarily represent ego. It might, sure. But helping your clients, coworkers, or even your friends keep...

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Speaking Without Thinking First

Talk First; Think Later: A Growing Communication Trend?

Listening to the media grilling and public outcry after politicians of both parties open their mouths, I often think to myself: “How that’s...

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Sticking to Your Word

Following Up When People Fail to Do What They Say

The client doesn’t return your call. The doctor’s office forgets to call with the test results. A colleague never makes the introduction she...

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