It doesn’t matter who you communicate with. These rules are universal and suitable for interpersonal and business relationships. This is stated by the communication experts whom we consulted about the 10 basic rules for communicating with people .

Call people by name

If you aspire to establish excellent communication with people, then you have to start calling them by name. Remember that a person’s own name can be the most pleasant sound they can hear. Although it may seem, this is not pure poetry, it has to do with elements of the human subconscious.

Find the interest

A communication is interesting when both parties find important what it is intended to communicate. In other words, if you want to learn to communicate, then you must learn to ask important questions. Of course, I am not saying to question your interlocutor, but to avoid limiting it to “yes” and “no”.

Be a little provocative

Don’t be afraid to provoke the conversation a bit, have the courage to ask what interests you. Leave the conversations about the weather, the gray nature, how the clouds move or how people look. But if you really admire the harmony that reigns in your friend’s family, ask them fearlessly, how he does it. Far from being uncomfortable about it, it is very likely that you enjoy playing the role of the guru of family happiness. However, we must remember that within the world of communication there are some forbidden topics that we must put aside.

Say the right thing

To have a correct communication with people it is necessary to do it with their intonation and at their own pace. Don’t tire the old lady with a speech in which words come out faster than bullets. Nor to irritate the boss with fine gentleman manners.

Speak without hesitation

Try to speak competently, clearly, and firmly when communicating with people. And for this, sir, one must at least have a little understanding of the subject of the conversation. Therefore, I advise you to turn off the television, stop collecting romance novels, women’s magazines and other literary garbage. Swap them out for quality documentaries, classics, popular science and high-tech magazines.

Write your speech

Work on your written speech. Psychologists argue that there is a direct link between writing and the ability to express thoughts verbally. It is not entirely correct to limit yourself to leaving emoticons on social networks.

Also use your gestures

To communicate with people correctly, use facial expressions and gestures sparingly. Do not talk about the trip to the sea with a stone face, like a television announcer, not too effusive.

Learn to listen

You can get to communicate correctly just by going deeper into what your interlocutor says. Do you want to be called charming? Then you will have to listen carefully to your interlocutor. Even when a person talks about the modes of reproduction of geraniums and uninteresting things.

Trust others

Trust people, you must be receptive, at least until they prove not worthy of your trust. It can happen that a neighbor annoys you with his endless repairs, even hammering the wall on a Sunday at dawn. But he could turn out to be the excellent fitness coach you were looking for or nothing less than a great attorney.

Show security

You must always show yourself confident and convey an image of confidence. This is a magic key that will open the doors of the best kept secrets of your interlocutors or confidants.

These are the 10 basic rules that every person must follow to learn to communicate with people. But let’s be honest, it’s not exactly an easy task, it’s as tough as the road to being a samurai. However, it is fascinating to be able to become that charming person to whom everyone wants to tell something. Unless you like to lead a life within your four walls and carry out all your social activity through networks.

By Dr. Eric Jackson

Dr. Eric Jackson provides primary Internal Medicine care for men and women and treats patients with bone and mineral diseases, diabetes, heart conditions, and other chronic illnesses.He is a Washington University Bone Health Program physician and is a certified Bone Densitometrist. Dr. Avery is consistently recognized in "The Best Doctors in America" list.

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