What are your communication skills?
How are you communicating to others?
There are different techniques - You have to find what works for you and what you're comfortable with. What's your style and what and how are you presenting yourself and your service or product.
Your Body Language is vital to communicating.
Some people may not understand what you're saying, but your body language speaks so loudly. If you're open, friendly manner than your verbal and nonverbal messages come from the heart and people will receive what you have to say.
Your Materials, Brochures, & Website is also another vital tool to communicating.
Can people understand what's written? Is your material too wordy, maybe it doesn't have enough words, what about pictures, diagrams, etc.? Are you checking for spelling errors, grammar, etc.? Do they know and understand what product or service you're offering?
With knowledge and practice, you can become an effective communicator. Whether you're just starting off in the business or you're a seasoned person in business, you can use each opportunity to speak to enhance your personal and your business success.
Successful business owners and leaders use communication skills to be effective at what they do. Good public speaking skills are essential for successful communication in all aspects of business, especially in the Real Estate World, we talk to people all the time. So whether, you're just starting off or you're a seasoned business leader or owner, there are plenty of opportunities to practice and perfect the skills so that you can use them to enhance both your personal and professional communication.
Brent Filson, author and President of Filson Communications, summed it up best when he said, "To be a successful executive, it's not enough to know your business, you must communicate your business. It's not enough to be a leader, you must communicate leadership. Communication isn't simply moving information, it's moving people by using information; it's transmitting a conviction from one person to another."
Check your local area and find out what classes are available. Also check with your local board on classes. Just remember there's always room enough to improve.