Great communication skills lead the kids to great success

March 23, 2018 | By 246@dmin | Filed in: Uncategorized.

How many children are you having to talk lighter and fairer?

How many of your friends and relatives are unable to communicate with others?

How many people do you realize that we should teach our children how to communicate with others if they enjoy happiness and success in their lives?

Great. But how do we teach kids how to communicate with others, especially in ipods, blackberries, blueberries, raspberries. (Oh, I'm sorry … got away with the berry thing :-), computers, cell phones and text messaging, etc.

I find that these newly confused electronic communications devices are communicating better or worse with each other. And maybe they are not the proper adjectives. Maybe it's about how & # 39; they changed communication, which is a deeper reflection.

Take the average 14 years old. (I grant some people so it's easy for me.) If they have access to some mobile phones and their parents have made the texts financially painless for them, it seems like this all day. It seems that you send messages just to send. My experience is that they communicate more, but the actual quality of the whole communication is quite low on the sensible scale.

I do not even know all the short terms like ROFL, BFF, SAL and SNERT *, but for some reason they know the kids who have access to the keyboard around the world.

However, the question is whether you can actually communicate personally? & # 39; SEEM must be capable, but I'm not sure. It seems that the longer we get in the era of electronic communication, the more I hear about the fact that children and parents can not talk to each other (they understand more than usual) and children can not communicate with teachers. I noticed that children do not really know how to join & # 39; many levels with other kids than my youth.

So, exactly how do we teach children to communicate openly, honestly and professionally with others?

The first response, as always, has to show them as an example to listen and learn. As I say in my book, Ultimate Allowance, we all learn three primary methods: what we see, what we hear and what we experience. Learning to communicate successfully is no different.

Our children learn and listen to communication, listening, communication, and the experiences they have on communication and communication with others.

If your children are watching open, honest conversations with your colleagues, employers, spouses, significant people, family members and aliens (without fighting, blaming, complaining, guilty, harassing, etc.) are likely to emulate you in your own communication with others.

Then plan your time regularly to just sit and talk to the kids. Warning: & # 39; & # 39; & # 39; & # 39; & # 39; & # 39; & # 39; This is very important. For kids and many adults I meet, it seems to just talk to talk. I always think that no one has ever heard of them anywhere in their past and can help them to be justified and survive. So listen to the kids. Let's have a real conversation with them, "# they are interested, and they are not right." Finally, there is really no right. Just the better and the other people are good, and our children are really other people.

I want to share something with you I'm really in Los Angeles, Redmond, Oregon, to visit my family now that our summer camps and our private programs are over (yes!) .There is a young couple with a one-year-old boy (and he is a big Daddy played very successfully and the little boy enjoyed the game (hide and seek, find the necklace, get the idea). Suddenly, the father pulls out a portable DVD player and two headphones and grabs the baby for the whole thing. I do not know for sure what kind of communication style the boy is going to do in the future, but I'm sure this is something.

Anywhere, thinking about DVD ing social diffusion of the first times …

Another great way to teach your child about communication by taking classes or courses includes great communication skills. I can tell you that some of the best tips on communicating with me have been taught me; I was not born with them:

1) Listen more and talk less. Most people spend most of their time talking to someone else thinking about what they will say next. Listen to it, then take a moment to reflect it quietly and respond to the other person. This style allows many open and honest communications. Remember, silence is gold, and where miracles happen.

2) Ask a lot of questions to get to know the person and develop a relationship and relationship with this person. Find communities that are going to be tied up now and in the future.

3) More appropriate than interesting.

4) People do not care what they know, want to know that you care.

I know you've heard these sayings before, and you undoubtedly think about them with your own media. Teach them to your children. Enter them and print on colored paper (11 x 17 Great), let the kids (depending on their age) color them, add pictures, etc. Then place them on their cellar, their bedroom, in the corridor. Ask your children what they think about the sayings?

I hope it gives a little fodder to help your children learn to communicate with others. My own experience is to be the better communicator, the happier I am and the more I get in touch with others I feel. And do not we all want to be happier and get in touch with others at fault, more meaningful levels?

Now go ahead and schedule your next lesson with your kids (or other family members). The whole family will be happy to thrive.

* ROFL (laughing on the floor), BFF (best friends forever), SAL (such laughs), and favorite SNERT (lousy ego teenager).

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