Do you have trouble getting your point across? At meetings, are your brilliant ideas ignored because you just couldn't explain them properly?
Maybe you have conflicts with co-workers because they misunderstand what you say. Or perhaps you even have trouble in your personal relationships for the same reason.
All of these problems boil down to one issue: your communication skills.
If you've done any research at all, you've probably seen the same old advice trotted out to help you improve your communication skills: listen more. Repeat what you've heard so the other person knows you get it.
But those tired ideas won't get at the heart of what's really wrong with your communication: The words you use.
Do you want know the real reason you're being misunderstood...and why people don't give you the credit and recognition you deserve? It's because you are not using the right words for the ideas you want to express.
You see, every word in the English language has a slightly different shade of meaning. I could line up 5 synonyms and each would mean a little something different, and carry a different emotional weight, than the next even though they express roughly the same idea.
Which is why, if you really want to develop effective communication skills, you have to improve your vocabulary.
I'm not talking about learning a bunch of big, fancy words, either. That won't help. To really improve your communication skills and never be misunderstood again you need to have a large number of usable words at your command. To understand the different shades of meaning each one carries.
Because when you have a large number of words at your disposal, you can easily find just the right one in any situation. And you'll convey exactly what you really mean to say with no confusion whatsoever.
It's just like a fighter, who needs to have a lot of moves in his arsenal to withstand whatever his opponent throws at him. Or the chef who must know a thousand recipes to be able to satisfy every possible patron. The more words you know, the more your verbal communication skills will improve.
So instead of reading all those boring tips on being a better listener (because you already know you have to listen to communicate) what you need is a way to improve your vocabulary.
And there are, of course, literally hundreds of books, programs or courses you can buy to achieve that goal. Some can even cost thousands of dollars.
But I'm not recommending any of them to you. Instead, I want to tell you about three different options that have proven to be the most effective at improving communication skills. All are supremely effective, and none will cost you a lot of money. In fact, one of them is even FREE!
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But if that's not fast enough for you
If your communication skills are weak, you don't want to waste time trying to improve them with methods that may or may not work. You want to be able to make your point now, and start getting the recognition you deserve.
Now there is a way to do just that. I'd like to introduce you to a brand new, step-by-step method of learning that will help you improve your vocabulary 10 to 100 times faster than any other program out there.
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