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Phones are altering the fabric of social life.
It's because researchers have found that people with access to their smartphone smile less at strangers, compared with those without devices.
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People alter their tone of voice depending on social status. We adjust our voices depending on the persons we are talking to.
In essence, people change their tone of voice when in an anxiety-inducing context, without even being aware of it. And just like body posture, the language we use...
When you are doing the speaking, you should look the person you're talking to directly in the eyes, but not so much when you're the person listening.
Making eye contact while your interlocutor is speaking actually harms your perceived competence.
You cannot be present and involved in a conversation if you occasionally look at your phone.
Whether you intend to or not, you're sending the message that the people you're talking with aren't as important as whatever text, snap or post is on your device.
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In a professional setting, our identity is largely governed by the perception of our peers, colleagues and bosses,
Our ‘image’ depends on how they measure the impact of our behaviour and actions, how our character is perceived and how we are compared with others. We cultivate our image as ...
We communicate with each other as a habit but miss a lot in what a conversation really holds.
Our lack of listening skills, our inner chatter, and the urge to speak about ourselves is clouding any real, worthwhile exchange of words.
The ability to recognize, own, and shape your own emotions is the master skill for deepening intimacy with loved ones, magnifying influence in the workplace, and amplifying our ability to turn ideas into results.
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