The Mindful communication Method
Body language the physical aspect of communication refers to your body-language and facial expressions that make up the silent majority of your conversations a whooping 60%. Being mindful of your body posture and signals presently will give you incredibly leverage to clearly communicate with more confidence.
Your tone, volume and pitch of voice accounts for up to 30% of your message. Within the rhythm and pitch you transmit your emotions that is alive within you and that is received by the other person as subconscious information. Being mindful of your pitch and rhythm your words will travel with more precision and give you more control over how your conversation is shaped.
Your mental story makes up a meager 10% of your message is determined by the words you use. Words (including thoughts) are influenced by your body posture and emotion presently alive within you. Being mindful of and precise in your choice of words will give you the edge you need to manage and control your listeners emotions and body response better.
Having mental, emotional and physical spacial awareness in the here and now can free you from automatic habitual reactions and give you the power to drive your interaction consciously. This will help you control your physical signals, tonality and choice of words to your desired outcome with easy and free from emotional outbursts most people wish they wouldn’t have.
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