What if biases aren’t always negative? They are shaped by our beliefs about the experiences we’ve lived through. Learn how understanding our biases can give us the grace to understand each other better.
We live in a world where we hear a lot of negativity, but what about positivity? What if we choose to hear the positive? And help others hear a different perspective, too?
It has been said that poor communication is the #1 cause of conflict. But is it really? If everyone communicated well, would it eliminate conflict?
Fear of something is at the root of our stress. Learn how to nail what’s holding you back, deal with it, and start moving in the right direction again.
Given the choice, people will leave negative cultures for positive ones. Understanding how a thought framework like Loud Is Not A Language® can be adopted and applied to bring greater understanding of one another, compassion toward one another, and encouragement to one another can make a big difference in shifting a negative culture to a positive one.
Time is the one resource we can never get back once it is gone. It’s too precious to let distractions steal it. Are you ready to take your time back?
People ask what is meant by “loud” in the Loud Is Not A Language® communication framework because obviously there are times when volume is necessary. Today, I’m defining LOUD.
When we communicate with styles different than our own, it can sometimes feel we are speaking a foreign language. Or they are.
When it comes to communicating, we can get frustrated when others don’t understand what appears straightforward to us. It’s no wonder, though, when we realize there are at least 3 main communication styles that vary greatly. When someone has a different style than us it can seem like they are speaking a different language. Which style are you?