Otherwise how will you get through to the other person?
Have you asked yourself that
It's not important I don't think. You are who you are and you shouldn't have to change unless you have issues with the way your communicating.
I am home educated and because of that the home education advisor wants to change the way I socialise, include it more in my life. But I stick to my plan that do what your comfortable with.
well if you are trying to communicate with a deaf person then you would have to communicate in a way that suited their needs, so they could understand you, and be able to communicate back at you
same as with a person from non english speaking
same as a kid , you would need to communicate with simple words so the child could understand you
its all very important if you want to be understood in a situation
because man is a social animal, so to live socially with others, one has to communicate with respect to others' needs.
Only if you dont possess the abilities to establish factual comments and statements with no bias!
So that they understand you. Presumably you are communicating with an aim, such as to persuade them to do something, even if it is to give you a job. There is absolutely no point using your preferred communication style if it will not get a result.
In business and policy it is accepted that the best way to get a result is to adapt your style to suit the person. There are many ways to do this.
If you're a university professor visiting the local primary school to do a talk on your subject, with the hope of enthusing the children, then talking to them in the style of your latest publication in Science is not going to work!
You are trying to convince a very busy bank manager to do something for you. He's very busy and he probably has a lot of letters to read. So be concise in stating what you need and why. He won't bother with 4 pages of long windedness, but he might read it if it's only one side. Same applied to government ministers!
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