The Art of Communication

June 14, 2022 pwm1

Talking and eloquence are not the same: to speak, and to speak well are two things. A fool may talk, but the wise speak.

—Benjamin Jonson, English playwright and poet (1617, 1617, by Abraham van Blyenberch; Public Domain)
by Abraham van Blyenberch, oil on canvas, circa 1617

Wonderful, transformational technology is now at the fingertips of virtually everyone, yet the art of communication escapes so many. No matter how skilled one may be in a certain field, without the ability to communicate effectively with others, success will be elusive. Fortunately, anyone can sharpen their communication skills—both written and verbal—through daily practice. The payoff will be well worth the effort. Following is a link to a brief article on how to get started…

https://pearsonaccelerated.com/blog/11-practical-ways-to-sharpen-your-communication-skills

—Mike Hazell

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