Framing the conversation

The importance of framing your conversation

Have you ever had a conversation with one or more people, and feel as if you point was completely missed? Chances are, you answered yes to this question. We’ve all be there, and the fact of the matter is, communication is difficult.

Our ability to understand what someone is saying is based off of our own set of experiences, knowledge, and even emotional state. Except for some really impossible occurrences, no two people will have the same set of experiences, and as a result, if you are trying to convey a message, you need to understand how to communicate your ideas in a way that your audience understands.

In this weeks video blog, we look at the importance of framing your conversation to the people in the room.



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