When sending a message, it’s important to be clear on how you want it to be understood. Sometimes we can be ambiguous or use jargon that the average person might not understand. This can lead to miscommunication and frustration on both ends.
To avoid this, take the time to clarify your message. Use plain language that everyone can understand and make sure your points are easy to follow. If there is any confusion, ask the other person to repeat what they heard so you can be sure they got the message correctly.
Communication is key in any relationship, so make sure you’re speaking in a language everyone can understand.
What about you? How clear are your messages?
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