Inspiring others to make a difference
It is important to recognize that what we say and how we say it can create a mood or vibe. The nuances of language are complex. Words contain power in their presentation. And it's not just the words that create energy. Your approach and how you care for others is infused into your messages. Daily interactions provide insights into how you feel, your intent, and what you find important in life. The way you choose to communicate is the result of many variables including:
PERSONAL STRUGGLES & SURVIVALS
KNOWLEDGE ON VARIOUS TOPICS
SELF-AWARENESS OF STRENGTHS/CHALLENGES/TRIGGERS
UNDERSTANDING OF HUMAN DEVELOPMENT THROUGHOUT LIFE CYCLE
ABILITY TO ASSIMILATE INFORMATION AND APPLY IT TO SITUATIONS
COPING SKILLS/ABILITY TO EVALUATE INTERACTIONS WITH OTHERS
One way to enhance your ability to communicate and inspire others is to watch and learn from those who have practiced this skill and do it well. You have a wealth of resources available via social media and other outlets. Finding the ones that resonate with you may take a little time, but it is worth the search. Here are some of the places I have found inspiration.
solutions to your challenges,
answers to your prayers,
& resources to help you accomplish
all of your collaborative projects!
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