Have you ever felt like WHAT you were trying to say, for some unknown reason wasnít coming out right?... or,
If I told them once, Iíve told them a thousand times!... but, they just donít get it.
Miscommunications or unclear communications cost companies both time and money every day.
Communication either enables or blocks achievement of our personal and business objectives.
So, how do you communicate to achieve your business objectives 25-50% faster?...
Go to its source! Communicationís Control Central... Picture your self walking into control room of a large supper-computer that processes all of financial transactions for about 50,000,000Ī credit card purchases-transactions per day. Oh, by way, super-computer is connected to tens of thousands of other small computers each communicating with brain.
What if you changed only one character, in one line of code, in program that processes those transactions? The system stops communicating clearly and you end up with a mess like Portland, Oregonís water department billing system that created a $9,800,000 loss and a big pain in keyster for all of customers who didn't get a bill for a year.
Just like one character in a line of code... One word... can change course of history, yours, your company's and even world's.
Letís go on a journey back-in-time...
Back to before you were born, back when -one word- set course for your birth and possibly even environment you were to grow-up in.
Love, one word, one message, two different meanings in heat of passion.
The first meaning in its simplest form is -caring, commitment, support- as it relates to two people and a long-term relationship. The second meaning, -LUST - - come on baby, light my fire, I love ya- usually ends in a parting of ways just before breakfast. The latter creates a lot of single parent families. Whoís usually left holding bag?... you and your mom.
How do you think these two, very different meanings impact your birth and life as you grow up? They create two very different environments, in which you grow-up learning two different ways of life and meaning of single word - love.
So, if every communication has a message and every message has a meaning, what do I, as sender of message, need to do... to save time, avoid misunderstanding and achieve my objectives faster, at a lower cost?