You can have a very important thing to say, but say it in the wrong words and its’…💨💨💨💨gone. #coachjoe 👇🏻

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Our biggest struggle with communication is when we simply assume it happened.

There are two schools of thought that explain how we perceive this motion. Flow and Force.

☝️We take for granted the power of the spoken word. We presume that our intentions are received in the manner in which we delivered the message.

💡Today the potential communication bias is more likely in part, due to the diverse channels.

🔂There are two schools of thought that explain how we permit this motion — Flow and force.

🔺Our communication experiences are like holding a garden hose that’s been crimped in the middle.
💧Some water can flow through, but not very much. If you want to increase the rate at which water passes through the hose, you have two options.

🌊The first option is to crank up the valve and force more water out.

🆑Now this option increases anxiety, induces stress, and communicates haste. 

🚿The second option is to simply remove the bend in the hose and let the water flow naturally. 
🔺Unbinding the hose improves the flow and reduces force so that communication is allowed to follow a natural channel.

‼️ Leaders understand that proper flow of communication is essential for proper alignment of people and the work they perform.

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