How to Be Wise at conversations & Dialogues ! ?

Being wise is such an important thing to learn in life these days, at home, at work or in your free time!

Especially in normal conversations!

 Because of the amount of knowledge, experience and intellectual skills you have are not as important as your behavior and your attitude!

That's why this article is for you today, to help you benefit from your conversations, in order to make your relationship with others stronger and to not look dumb \ selfish \ arrogant during the talks you have.

But remember first 🔥🙋‍♂️

The goal is not to look wise to impress others or to show off your mature personality, the goal is to be wise to impress yourself first, then to benefit from it.

And, let's get started !

  • First:  try listening more than speaking

Of course, we all have two ears 👂👂 but only one mouth 👄, which must make us listen twice as speak.

Nowadays, we see everywhere idiots with no information, speak about almost every topic you want, with a high sense of selfishness. Meanwhile, people with wisdom, knowledge, and experience keep listening all the time and try to accumulate more their knowledge in order to give the best ideas later!

  • Second: don't forget emotions while speaking

Humans, unlike robots, must show emotions during talking and information exchange, to create good impressions, make the message we send received effectively.

However, most people hate the speakers who give straight sentences, full of logic and information, but empty of attention \ love or emotions in general.

So the next time you want to express something or order a plate, try adding a light smile, but most essentially try to make as real as possible!

  • Third: don't give tons of information at the same time

While debating or a session where you try to convince the other about your own opinion, make sure that the other doesn't care about your arguments, researches, ideas as he cares about how you present the information. That's why in a debate competition you probably won't change the jury's opinion, but they can vote for you despite this fact, maybe because they could like the way you speak, how you explain the idea, how you behave in stage ...

So next time, take into consideration this note: try to present very well one or two arguments, it is enough!

  • Fourth: work on both verbal and non-verbal communication

And what we mean here is to your body language, which includes your personal appearance, your gestures, moves, eye contact, voice, intonation, in addition to using short clear sentences with basic words.

You can read actually more about this subject if you want to benefit from the psychological weapons such as silence, mood or facial expressions...

In short, we advise you to read more about this, it will be fun 

  • Fifth: Don't focus on your self while talking

Remember to put the other(s) in the spotlight of your communication topic, not yourself, because new scientific researches have proven that the most lovely topic that everyone likes is the self-experience \ estimation \ value. 

Which will make the other feel he's important \ having a high value ...  And this what we want

  • That's it friends, remember always to keep it simple and effective, try to practice this simple advice, and by the time you'll be able to achieve what you wanted!

And we wish all the luck to you!


1 comment:

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