Make a conscious effort to bring out the best in someone else through your communication.
This makes communicating less "me-centric," which is talking to hear yourself talk, or talking "at" someone rather than "with" them, or being more interested in wanting to "capture" their attention for some kind of pay off.
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We have the opportunity to engage with total awareness and recognize the "best of" each other by what we choose to say.
It's helpful to know that what we say to someone else, might not be what we would want said to us.
Your voice influences the impact of your speech and can make or break its success.
With some guidance, you can learn to use your voice to increase your power and persuasiveness in any conversation or speech that you give.