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Quotes tagged as "communication-quotes" (showing 1-30 of 286)
Lorii Myers
“In the event of a communication breakdown, decide whether you will dwell in the negative or rise above the angst and turmoil in a firm, positive manner and encourage all parties to listen and be heard.”
Lorii Myers, Targeting Success, Develop the Right Business Attitude to be Successful in the Workplace

“ Silence is golden when it’s called for. Silence can be deadly
when it’s not called for ”
Meryl Runion

Donna Goddard
“We may talk lightly but never carelessly. We keep at bay the flow of common, ignorant thought which runs its damaging course through the pathways of ordinary human conversation.”
Donna Goddard, The Love of Devotion

Kirsten Siggins
“When we aren't curious in conversations we judge, tell, blame and even shame, often without even knowing it, which leads to conflict."
-The Power Of Curiosity: How To Have Real Conversations That Create Collaboration, Innovation and Understanding”
Kirsten Siggins, The Power of Curiosity: How to Have Real Conversations that create Collaboration, Innovation and Understanding

Susan C. Young
“Not everyone is always going to like you. What impresses one person may turn another away. To thine own self be true.”
Susan C. Young, The Art of Being: 8 Ways to Optimize Your Presence & Essence for Positive Impact

Susan C. Young
“Practice positive and affirming self-talk.”
Susan C. Young, The Art of Being: 8 Ways to Optimize Your Presence & Essence for Positive Impact

Susan C. Young
“If you are lacking confidence in something, just keep trying and don’t give up.”
Susan C. Young, The Art of Being: 8 Ways to Optimize Your Presence & Essence for Positive Impact

Susan C. Young
“The challenge of being authentic for people pleasers is that we really want people to like and accept us. Being vulnerable, however, requires that we come to terms with the fact that not everyone is going to like us, and that it is okay. Not everyone needs to like us.”
Susan C. Young, The Art of Being: 8 Ways to Optimize Your Presence & Essence for Positive Impact

Susan C. Young
“Get outside your comfort zone. Stretch beyond your norm and try new things.”
Susan C. Young, The Art of Being: 8 Ways to Optimize Your Presence & Essence for Positive Impact

Susan C. Young
“Set goals to create a clear sense of purpose and direction.”
Susan C. Young, The Art of Being: 8 Ways to Optimize Your Presence & Essence for Positive Impact

Susan C. Young
“Embrace change and practice flexibility. It will make you more agile in adapting to new people and situations.”
Susan C. Young, The Art of Being: 8 Ways to Optimize Your Presence & Essence for Positive Impact

Susan C. Young
“Dress confidently in clothes that make you feel great about yourself. When you look better you feel better.”
Susan C. Young, The Art of Being: 8 Ways to Optimize Your Presence & Essence for Positive Impact

Tamara Rendell
“My silence –
this gentle frost turning slowly far beneath
the skin”
Tamara Rendell, Mystical Tides

Susan C. Young
“Self-confident people are mindful about spending their time, energy, and interests on things that truly matter.”
Susan C. Young

Susan C. Young
“If you want to be successful, how you show up to life matters.”
Susan C. Young, The Art of Preparation: 8 Ways to Plan with Purpose & Intention for Positive Impact

Susan C. Young
“Self-confident people take the initiative to move forward in the direction of their dreams.”
Susan C. Young, The Art of Being: 8 Ways to Optimize Your Presence & Essence for Positive Impact

Susan C. Young
“Self-confident people don’t make their self-esteem, self-image, happiness, or self-confidence dependent on another person’s approval, validation, or acceptance.”
Susan C. Young, The Art of Being: 8 Ways to Optimize Your Presence & Essence for Positive Impact

Susan C. Young
“Self-confident people are proud of their accomplishments, but can remain humble without bragging.”
Susan C. Young, The Art of Being: 8 Ways to Optimize Your Presence & Essence for Positive Impact

Susan C. Young
“Self-confident people face their fears head-on and are willing to take risks.”
Susan C. Young, The Art of Being: 8 Ways to Optimize Your Presence & Essence for Positive Impact

Susan C. Young
“Self-confident people Know that obstacles are only temporary setbacks.”
Susan C. Young, The Art of Being: 8 Ways to Optimize Your Presence & Essence for Positive Impact

Susan C. Young
“Self-confident people tend to be optimistic thinkers and focus on the positives.”
Susan C. Young, The Art of Being: 8 Ways to Optimize Your Presence & Essence for Positive Impact

Susan C. Young
“Think and act positively by focusing on the positives in yourself, other people, and situations.”
Susan C. Young, The Art of Being: 8 Ways to Optimize Your Presence & Essence for Positive Impact

Susan C. Young
“Use your body language and posture to project confidence. Shift your physiology into a more powerful pose or position and your mindset will follow.”
Susan C. Young, The Art of Being: 8 Ways to Optimize Your Presence & Essence for Positive Impact

Alaric Hutchinson
“How is my communication today laying the foundation for my relationships tomorrow?”
Alaric Hutchinson, Living Peace: Essential Teachings for Enriching Life

Stephen Asbury
“It's often not the message that's sent that causes offence but the one that is received.”
Stephen Asbury, Health & Safety, Environment and Quality Audits

“You can't live an extraordinary life with an ordinary mindset.”
Hermy L McCabe

Susan C. Young
“If you want to appear more confident—speak slowly, articulately, clearly, and deliberately. Communicating with clarity will not only help you build more confidence in yourself, but it will inspire respect from others.”
Susan C. Young, The Art of Being: 8 Ways to Optimize Your Presence & Essence for Positive Impact

“Success is the friend of the communicator and the consensus builder”
Daisy Gallagher

“The problem with the media - is that if you talk to it, it will use things against you. And that if you don't talk to it, it will use things against you”
lauren klarfeld

“Without language we have no past, the present is unquantifiable, and we lack a means to recognize and express the paradoxical future challenges of humanity. In absence of a shared language, we cannot understand prior generation’s conflicts, desires, and achievements, nor can we communicate with future generations our essential values and the wisdom we garner through undergoing our own socioeconomic crises”
Kilroy J. Oldster, Dead Toad Scrolls

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