Below are five successful practices of great communicators:
1.Sometimes it's not so much the what or the how that matters, but your why --the purpose behind what you're doing. Being clear about what you're working for can give you the stimulus to stay on course.
The brain has an amazing way of connecting dots and ensuring we make the best use of all the knowledge we have.
When you are out of ideas, expand your range of knowledge by speaking with others and reading extensively on other topics.
This way, you give your brain more dots to connect and are more likely to come up with an idea.
Leaders can choose to rely on Occam's razor. They can select the idea that makes the fewest assumptions. By choosing an idea that has the fewest unknowns a leader can safeguard against surprises and disasters.
Of course, the simplest solution may not be the most daring. A leader who promotes innovation won't always take the well-traveled road, but won't leave behind their map either.
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