The Importance Of Communication In Communication

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Referring to our lesson, self-esteem is the collective way in which we regard ourselves, furthermore: self-esteem is central in how we communicate, and affects how we converse with others. Example: if a person has low self-esteem they will not be as likely to add to a conversation, nor voice their opinion during a debate, rationalizing that their opinion is not important. Addressing the second question; a person must be aware of how they are communicating, using body language, facial expressions, in addition to the words being spoken. In communication if a person comes across as crass or arrogant what they are stating will not be heard; rather: the listeners will be “hearing the tone and gestures,” not the words. Communication is two-way, speakers must be self-aware, visualizing the outcome of their contribution to the conversation, shaping their thoughts carefully to produce the optimum message. Concluding: a speaker must be self-aware of the message and delivery of the message, producing a thoughtful, well-received message will effectively boost the speakers’ self-esteem.
Originator, or sender of a message could become distracted by someone interrupting the conversation. Example: someone approaches two people engaged in a conversation, the third party begins talking about something entirely different, improper behavior, however: it happens frequently.
Receiver, or listener (audience), listening to a message about a new house purchased by the speaker, suddenly realizes they left the garage door open at their own home. The thought of garage is triggered by mention of new home being purchased.
Channel: while conversing on a cell phone, a motorcycle passes by the open car window of the receiver, effectively drowning out the senders’ message.
Attending a speech, given by a local senator, the audience finds it hard to concentrate due to an echo in the large auditorium.
Recognizing the problem, the senator has all attendees move closer to the stage, turns off the microphone, thus alleviates the glitch, delivering a well-received discourse.
Anticipatory is closer than the other two in how I manage my communication, spending time thinking about what I am going to say than the actual delivery. Example: I
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