Self Confidence for Effective Communication

2598 Words Nov 29th, 2008 11 Pages
COMMUNICATION is the process by which we exchange meanings, facts, ideas, opinions or emotions with other people. It is an essential condition of our existence and the most important activity of ours. The word ‘communicare’ that means to ‘share’ or ‘participate’.

It is, therefore, first and foremost, a social activity.

Communication is a vibrant two way activity. Intially people considered that communication as an art and believed that it can be effectively carried out only by certain faction of the community now the market space has become global and the people in different countries feel that they are living in a global village because they can able to communicate with any person in any country.

The process of communication consists
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If the self and the will are strong fanned by the desired goals, the way is generally open to him, the way of all the tenacity and perseverance that a person has. It is, therefore, not easy to have a determined belief or trust outright. One has to experience in various interpersonal situations of communication and work for it with all efforts availing opportunities and one has to develop and grow self-confidence gradually and steadily. Analysis of interpersonal communication situations reveals that one good interaction everyday adds to his self-confidence as one every work will eat into it and hamper its development.

It is not always easy to cultivate one’s self-confidence without proper feedback. Managers just occupying positions or beginners may have tempera-mental capabilities and in these formative periods of interactions, one can make or unmake one’s self-confidence. Experience, practical situations are not yet fully set and there is enormous scope for improvement of self-confidence.
One has to develop justifiable self-confidence for this purpose. M.P. Wolf etc. have suggested maintaining a personal achievement journal. They suggested recording particulars of success, failures, experiences which can help to “learn, improve and achieve. “From those summaries, write quarterly and yearly accounting for yourself. By reviewing your
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