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Vadim Kotelnikov

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Most people simply listen to the words that are being said to them, but words contain only 10% of the message.

The remaining 90% is hidden in emotions, the body language and the tone of voice.

Understanding body language can help you look beyond what people say to what they really mean.

Body Language Face-to-Face Communication 1000ventures.com Effective Face-To-Face Communication: The Way a Message is Conveyed - Words, Body Language, Tone of Voice

 

Peter Drucker advice

The most important thing in communication is to hear
what isn't being said.

Peter Drucker

    

 

    

 

To remember better what's being communicated to you, try to engage all your senses  whilst listening  as human brain stores pictures, feelings, smells and tastes more effectively than words. Understand you preferred mode of thinking, your mental map: whether you are a visual ('see' the world), auditory ('hear' the world), or a kinesthetic ('feel' the world). If you are a visual, when you're listening to someone, first of all make what they're are telling you into a movie.

As brains remember better things that are out of the ordinary, you can try distorting pictures or making them funny. "To enhance the effect, add sounds, link feelings to your movies, put the taste and smells in. And exaggerate everything," advises Russel Webster, the author of Super Communication − the NLP Way.

 

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 "Empathy is is your ability to identify and understand another’s situation, feelings and motives... Listen – truly listen to people. Listen with your ears, eyes and heart. Pay attention to others' body language, to their tone of voice, to the hidden emotions behind what they are saying to you, and to the context." ~ Bruna Martinuzzi