When was the time you express what you really feel? You are born to express what you feel and it is very true from the day you were born. You would not even care the people in your surrounding as we cry or laugh to what you want and what you feel. It is a very wonderful gift that you’ve lost as you grow. You learn different manners and you forgot to preserve the importance of sharing what would you like to speak in your heart.
Tell the truth
Do not lie to yourself and when you are saying something to anyone. The best way to communicate people is to be honest and detailed conversations. Tell them what you feel about, when you are happy and when you are sad. Never give false expectation, be honest and show who you are.
Do not exaggerate stories
Never add or change the real story. Too much sugar coat is not good because instead of appreciating your words they might think it as fake. You don’t have to hype people just to make them believe you. It is ok to be share with excitement but never to exaggerate it.
Do not hide your problems
Keeping problem will only prolong the situation. Speak to the right person for advice and to the person involve, so you can talk about the solution that can solve your problem. You can fix it alone but you can ask for help because there are people who care about you.
Telling the truth about people can really hurt feelings. Be careful in confronting people in different state of moods. Check the message if it is compromise to what people feels at the moment. Study your words because there is always a better way to deliver your message and in much appropriate way.
What did you learn?
- As written in the book, Speak up and you will be glad that you did.
- There is always a better way to deliver your message in much appropriate ways.
- Problem can be shared and the solution will can be find easily.
You can make a difference.
- Remember that you have the gift to express what you feel from the day you were born.
- Be honest; speak in details and truth to communicate effectively.
- Speak up and tell them that you really care, show it to them and you can make a difference.