Have you ever been in a bad relationship? Well, Duh. Who hasn't, right?
Maybe you swore off relationships completely. Although I bet that didn't last.
Now, think about your relationships with words. Don't think you have one? Sure you do.
Your words relationship makes or breaks those other relationships-- the personal and expert ones.
Don't worry. I will not ask you to extend on the personal relationship therapy sofa. I 'd be more likely to share it with you.
I'll stick to the business side of your words relationship.
3 Signs You May Be in a Bad Words Relationship
A bad words relationship is like a bad individual relationship. It can be tricky.
You believe things are going terrific
In the beginning, it's all smiles
Then-- WHAM-- things turn awful
What worked in the past, isn't working anymore. Possibly if you had seen it coming, you might have done something to conserve the relationship.
What Creates a Bad Words Relationship
Words are effective. String together the right set of words and you can alter the world. Or at least your little corner of it.
But words can trip you up, too, leaving you tongue-tied or frantically searching for the right words. That can be lethal to a company.
Let's look at what can take your business communication from dazzling to boring.
Because I can hear the goldfish snoring, I'll use a follow-up post to explore each of the above interaction stumbles. I'll likewise offer some concepts and resources for repairing those problems.