You don’t need to be long-winded to get a point across, in fact, it’s better if you’re not. Now days if you take too long to get to the point you will lose your audience and even those who stick around to try to figure out what you’re saying, may forget what the original topic was if you take too long to get to the point.
“Communication is not about speaking, it’s about listening,” Simon Sinek.
I agree with Simon, to communicate good listening skills are required, so do us all a favor and learn to cut the “fluff” and long descriptions. If we want that type of writing we’ll pick up a novel and enjoy the scenery and visions that dance in our head. However, if your topic is instructional, inspirational, business oriented, or something you want to share to improve the lives of others, then get to the point so that we can grasp the information quick and apply it.
Life is short, let’s find ways to improve our writing skills, improve our listening skills, and learn to communicate in a way that everyone can grasp and enjoy.
Why did I write on this subject? I read my last post. Ha.
-Cherry Coley ©
- Good Communication: Listening Well (epcrossover.wordpress.com)
- 8 Tips to Develop Effective Business Writing Skills (1nfinitegrowth.wordpress.com)
- Listening (themusictherapycenter.wordpress.com)