Creating Communication: Exploring and Expanding Your by Randy Fujishin

By Randy Fujishin

This e-book indicates how one can create conversation that would enhance own relationships, improve an individual's participation and management in teams, enhance public conversing abilities, and increase interviewing skills.

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It’s okay if you don’t get your way. One of the greatest lessons we learn in life is that we don’t always get what we want. Thank goodness for that! Can you imagine if you got everything you ever wished for? You would be a gluttonous, wealthy, overindulged mess! We need to get beyond ourselves and begin to be aware of and responsive to the needs of those around us. In this life, we need to move from self to others. Don’t get too hung up on what you want or what you desire. Learn to think of others too.

The idea that you should be liked/loved by everyone. 2. The idea that you should be competent, adequate, and achieving in all possible respects if you are to consider yourself worthwhile. 3. The idea that happiness is externally caused and people have little or no ability to control their sorrows and disturbances. 4. The idea that your past history is an all-important determinant to your present behavior and that because something once strongly affected your life, it should indefinitely have a similar effect.

That language is subjective means that we can never assume that the interpretation of even a single word will hold the exact meaning for someone else. This requires that we will often have to negotiate the meaning of a word with those we are communicating with. By speaking and listening, paraphrasing and negotiating meanings, we participate in a process of creating shared meanings. Words have both denotative and connotative meanings. The denotative meaning of a word is its dictionary meaning. ” The denotative, or dictionary, meaning for a word is clearly stated and available for everyone to look up.

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