Leave a spark wherever you go!

Communication is the act of conveying meanings from one entity or group to another through the use of mutually understood signs, symbols, and semiotic rules.

The ability to communicate effectively with superiors, colleagues, and staff is essential, no matter what industry you work in. Workers in the digital age must know how to effectively convey and receive messages in person as well as via phone, email, and social media.

However some people find it uneasy to maintain there cool in parties or crowded areas, let’s look at some ways to enhance our vocabulary and communication skills to leave a spark wherever you go, whether it is a party or just an ordinary get-together.

First of all, you gotta identify and replace all the negative thoughts. If you have a lot of negative thoughts about your social interaction, it could become a self-fulfilling prophecy.

Second, behave like a social person. Don’t allow anxiety to hold you back. Make decisions to talk to new people and to enter into conversations even when you’re feeling nervous about it.

Third, encourage others to talk about themselves. People really enjoy talking about themselves. Ask questions about their career, hobbies, or family. Show that you are interested in hearing what is being said.

Fourth and the most important one, Pay attention to your body language, cause non-verbal communication is very important. Try to appear relaxed, make appropriate amounts of eye contact, and do appear to conversation.

Fifth, start small if necessary. If going to a party or spending some time in a crowd seems overwhelming or kinda difficult,start small. Like go into the grocery and say, “thank you“, to the clerk or go to a restaurant and order your food. Practice making small talk gradually.

I hope that these strategies will help in every way possible,

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Thanks for reading. 🙂


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