The day Solzhenitsyn disappeared into the Gulag. Perhaps there are only ashes in my handbag. A man at the corner of Broadway and Forty-Second Street.
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Tried to sweep me into a trash barrel and I almost agreed. Already the dried blood was sifting along my wrists. But Sorrow saved me, Sorrow gave me an image. In every windowbox, poking them to grow up. Packed in among others, in the dense multitudes. Chewing my fingers, trying to say something,. Anything, so that the daughters of men should see. What if the world really articulates itself. From the swamps of hubris but it may be, it may be. At the foot of the mountains I look up.
We Speak in Storms
My bones turn granite, the spine of the hills congeals them. It is as if midgets were bellowing their names. My friends, we have said many things to each other. In new combinations, seed upon seed exploding. With poisoned bread in my pockets, or gumdrops,. Accurate information, knowledge of the subject we are talking about and an informal tone is expected in such a scenario.
Even if we are sure of doing what we intend to do, we will create confusion and doubt in the mind of the person we are speaking to. Instead, we can use clear and specific phrases that make our intention clear to the listener.
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Strong phrases will add credibility to our personality as well. We have to keep the knowledge and language skills of the listener in our mind. We can avoid the use erudite words or rarely used phrases and idioms which may not be understood by listener.
It is only by being honest and trustworthy will we earn the attention and respect of our listener and not by showing off what we have learned. We will face both internal and external barriers which will interfere with our composure, clarity and meaning of the message. External factors like temperature, mal-function of communication equipment, interpersonal conflicts with listener, interference from audience, noise or disturbance and time limit can act as barriers to our speech.
Lack of trust and belief in our own words, stress and anxiety, mood swings, overwhelming personality of the listener, lack of clarity in our mind, wrong attitude, fear, lack of self- assurance and self-confidence, prejudice against audience and being judgemental are few of the internal barriers which can be detrimental to our communication skills. We may not have control over barriers that may hinder our communication, but we can learn to manage and handle them efficiently.
We should make sure that we do not use these barriers to toss blame for our own ineffectiveness. Many people fumble in their communication and the way they speak, because they are not aware of their flaws. We should observe our communication and the way we speak to find areas which needs improvement. Do we speak quickly? Do we get distracted from the topic of focus too often? Do we hesitate and make unwanted sounds before continuing with our sentence?
Definition As we speak | Gymglish
Is our voice so low that we have to repeat our sentences again and again? We have to find out our strengths and weaknesses so that we can fortify our strength and work on our weakness to correct it. Verifiable Certificates. Lifetime Access.
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