After writing articles on psychology for over two years, I wanted to start writing about communication and to assist others in this area. I thought it would be a great idea to share my understandings, experiences, observations and views on communication.
The articles that I write about communication dont simply focus on what to say, they cover a number of other areas. These include: body language, facial expressions, vocal tonality, energy and mindset.
In addition to the guidance that is available via the articles that I write, one to one consultations, over the phone and in person, are also available.
Long before it became clear that I loved to write, and even before I realised that I could write, I enjoyed talking to people and finding out more about them. What played a part in this was that I grew up in a guest house, which meant that from a young age, I had the chance to meet people from all walks of life.
People came from all over the word, and it didn't matter what the time of the year it was, as we didn't have days when the guest house was closed. So on most days, there was at least one person who I could talk to.
The Power of Observation
I paid attention to how my mother and father spoke to people, learning a lot from them when it came to how to talk to others. They both had a very different way of talking to others.
Having people stay from all over the world, allowed me to learn a lot. I ended up learning about different cultures and this enabled me to see that not everyone lived in the same way.
The Driving Force
Undoubtedly, what played a big part in all this was that I was highly curious and still am. I truly wanted to find out more about these people; it wasn't a case of me having nothing else to do - there were always jobs for me to do.
Being around these people expanded my mind and gave me the opportunity to see that there was more to life than what was taking place where I lived. Since that time in my life, I have continued to appreciate finding out more about other people.