Communication Skills and Stress

Human beings often struggle to master their ability to communicate effectively. Your communication skills can make or break your relationships and affect your stress levels. 

In this video I’ll explain what makes a person a great communicator and how your communication skills impact your level of stress

Hello, I’m The Stress Master, My name is Ches Moulton.

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There are many factors that contribute to positive and negative communication skills. There are many easy to learn strategies that will take your relationships to a higher and more productive level and contribute to lower, manageable levels of stress. There are several effective techniques you can apply instantly to impact your life and relationships and create instant positive results.

The first step is awareness of your experiences in communication with others. Here are some important questions.

Have you ever said something and regretted the outcome it produced?

Do you get easily irritated by those you love most or even people at work?

Do you find it difficult to express yourself in uncomfortable conversations?

Have you ever felt controlled, emotionally dominated, or bullied in conversations?

Communication is the cornerstone of every successful relationship. Each time you convey information to another person, whether it’s a family member, friend, or colleague, you use communication. Communication skills, by definition, are the ability to convey or share ideas and feelings efficiently and effectively.

In its most basic form, communication is composed of talking and listening. Its point is to send physical, cognitive and/or affective information from one person to another – either to meet the need of the person receiving the information, or to stimulate a response from the receiver to meet a need in the sender.

The level of trust or distrust, profoundly impacts the manner in which the messages are sent and received. The degree of openness between the sender and receiver alternate as the communication flows. The capacity of each to understand and engage in a scrutinising process for the meaning of the messages and feedback on how a message is received determines the accuracy and fidelity of the communication.

A good communicator will possess good verbal, non-verbal and written communication skills. To be an effective leader or executive you need to be fluent in all three forms of communication. 

Which  is YOUR strongest?

If you’d like to discuss how I can help you become a better communicator and lower your stress level,

contact me today and arrange a discovery session.

Additionally, if you need a speaker for one of your events, then just send me an email at ches@thestressmaster.com

Here’s to mastering your stress. 

My name is Ches Moulton and I’m The Stress Master

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