Words. They are the most of what we practically would not work on, yet the ones that determine how far you would go, If you’ll make it or What the next turn of your life would be. Some people are seen as talented orators and are good at making conversations. Some see themselves as introverts and never ever pull a string of sentence whenever they move. I’ll not be going in on any today but then, you know what category you find yourself. Be better.
Life is simple, but it’s simple city has several complexes some of which we neglect. Association is vital and effective communication is what builds its pulley. But how do you get people interested in what you say? How do you take their attention by default🤷🏾♂? How?!
Simple. Get involved in what you say. Be interested in it first! You feed people with what you have, not what you have need for. So, getting interested in what you say requires that you listen to the littlest morpheme that shoots from you. You watch your words (so to say), review them at all instances of speaking and try as much also to project what you want others to see and accept as you and not a feigned personality.
The thing about being fake is that it easily fades, and like dyed jeans, washes off your camouflage in no time, leaving you in a worse state than you can imagine. When you’re being jocular, watch it!
When anger sets it, watch it!
When you’re being stern, watch it!
Whatever situation you find yourself, even when it looks like you have heaven and earth on your shoulders, watch it too!
There’s no first impression after a first impression, instead you get the progression of events (either positive or negative).
Everything pertaining to you is affected by your speech. A simple line can get you a good job as well as take it from you; can make you someone’s heartthrob if not heartache; can send a man to his early grave in place of a good life.
You’re a function of several things and the words you speak are not exempted.
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