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What were your best moments?

Was it your guiding your company toward a great year? Finding the mate of you always knew was out there? Deciding to risk financial security for the realization of your dreams? Getting your team motivated to do their part in creating amazing products that changed the world? Whatever they were, I promise they made you feel really good.

Those moments, and I hope you have had many, are signposts of what your true genius could bring to your everyday life. Becoming a ninja communicator is learning to be fierce in holding onto your convictions and focus them with precision and humanity.

There is a common misunderstanding that communication is some simple message exchange. It is anything but simple. In my opinion, communication is everything for without it we would still be back in the caves learning how to paint our thoughts onto walls. Communication is life, creation and change. It allows us to live in societies by attempting to create common meaning so that we can create communities for safety and security.

I love this subject because it provides endless and deep analysis. If you slow down long enough to see what communication is at its core, you will discover that symbols, like the letters on this page or images have been assigned meaning, which we all must know to understand how to live together. Communication also takes place through the movements of the face, human body, voice and expression of emotion. Words, thoughts and actions speak to us all the time and we interpret them without thinking.

When are we not communicating, really? Remember that inner voice of yours that we spoke of earlier? Boom. Communication. TV blasting a commercial about hair replacement in the background? Boom. Communication. All the time-everywhere-anywhere. It is something that runs though our lives 24/7 and demands that we listen carefully.


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