Link to article : https://www.wired.co.uk/article/zoom-dysmorphia?utm_source=pocket-newtab. Copy URL to web browser to read. This post is dedicated to Suicide Prevention Month Ever since we entered this pandemic (COVID-19), a lot of us had to do virtual meetings, schooling, interviewing, and Podcasting (which I’ve done twice) on Zoom. People have got accustomed to virtual interactions but with […]Read More You Gotta Zoom In
Welcome readers, I came across an article that I thought would make an intriguing post and it has to deal with an experience I dealt with after finishing a job earlier this year. Without keeping you in suspense, I’ll be talking about telephobia or in other words the reluctance or fear of taking and making […]Read More Answering your call : Phone Call Anxiety: Why So Many of Us Have It, and How to Get Over It
People like this get bent, let them! They love drama and the opportunity to turn things around. Possibly they more than likely have a guilty conscience or they think you’re deliberately calling you out, so be it. Let them think it’s there for them to see. Some people never learn a lesson until it’s put […]Read More If it fits you, wear it
Have you ever written in reverse? No? You’re probably wondering what the hell is writing in reverse? Well in this post I’m going to explain some tips to improve written communication so the recipient and sender are in unison. All the information I’m going to present is based on what I’ve read and would like […]Read More Have you ever written in reverse? Here are steps in learning to write in reverse to better written communication.
Do you speak a foreign language other than English? How hard was it for you to learn a new language other than your native one? If you were taught your mother language at a young age, did you retain it and use it to this day or did you become a receptive bilingual? If you’re not […]Read More Are you a receptive bilingual?, It’s all in the language
Before you tell someone they’re wrong, first tell them they’re right. This is easier said than done when you’re in a conversation about a topic that becomes contentious but I believe it can be done with much practice and patience. In this post I will be presenting a philosopher’s 350 year old trick to get […]Read More You know what? You’re right. The Nature of Great Persuasion
It’s more beneficial to be attentive, receive, and comprehend what’s is being said to you so your response will be more valuable, and will resonate with the person you’re conversing with. One aspect of communication I’ve learned in management class in college is active listening which is a way of learning through conversation. This requires […]Read More Actively Listening