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Communication is a two-way process. What you say and do will have an effect on how your message is received, so it’s important to be mindful of your audience when communicating something. In this blog post, we’ll discuss 3 tips that will help ensure people really hear what you’re saying and understand the stakes involved in their actions. -Tip one: tell them what to do. This isn’t as obvious as it might seem.

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– many people will respond to being told “do this” by saying, “why?” or some other question that’s really about a different topic altogether. If you’re trying to communicate something important and they don’t take the bait when you suggest an action for them, be more direct with your instructions. Give them step-by-step directions on how to get started and ask if they understand after each instruction before continuing. They’ll appreciate that you’ve gone out of your way to help them succeed in their task even if at first glance it may not have seemed like such an easy solution was possible! The second tip is a good


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