To Speak Well
“To Speak and to speak well are two difference things.
A fool may talk but a wise man speaks.”
Ben Jonson, Playwright, Poet, and Literary Critic
As I see it . . . . . . .
To speak well
Speaking well and too talk are not the same . . . . it’s as difference as night and day.
In speaking well . . . . you are actively listening to what the other person is saying to gain insight. When you speak you’re speaking with the purpose of communicating effectively.
When you are speaking well to the person to draw the other person into the conversation . . . . to fully engage them in the conversation. This will become the gateway for free flow of information between you . . . . and the other person. A free flow of information creates understand between the parties . . . . You will also understand their needs . . . . their motivation . . . . who they are . . . . and what they’re trying to accomplish.
In business relationships . . . . or in the negotiating process your ability to speak well . . . . and to active listen becomes a critical component of a successful business relationship.
A person who speaks well . . . . is a proactive listener . . . . and will be seem as a professional in their business relationships.
The person who talks . . . . shoots from the hip with poor accuracy. They are not good listeners . . . . and as a result they will not hear what the person is saying.
Their business relationships . . . . are weak and short lived.
To speak well . . . . and too talk are not the same . . . . to listen and speak well has you on a pathway to be successful in your undertaking. The talker misses the directional signs as their talking.
©2014 Lou Ludwig Motivational Power Quote, Sales and Management Consultant, Success Coach, Speaker, Trainer and Author