Monday, February 22, 2010

It's invisible!

Many believe that communication is what comes out of your mouth. And, to an extent, they're right; but it's the behavior underneath, that is important. Communication is tricky because it's invisible. If you're not paying attention you can't see or feel the power of it unless it's written. When it's written, you can go back to it and process the intention. However, when it's spoken, it's over in a flash. When you're not paying attention, important information is shared and missed; therefore, it's important to get a handle on what's important, and why.

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(Excerpt from Communication (is easy) from the Inside-Out. 7 Steps to Your Personal Power) Robert Roza

Monday, February 15, 2010

It's ALWAYS Correct!

Your intuition is always one hundred percent correct, but it takes time to hear it correctly. You may not be capable of hearing answers to your questions when you ask them, and the answers may not always come in the ways that you expect, but they will always come. If you're willing to risk acting on what you believe to be true, and risk making mistakes, you will learn fast to what works and what doesn't work. And you can expect your intuition will lead you in directions that are new and different for you.

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(Excerpt from Communication (is easy) from the Inside-Out. 7 Steps to Your Personal Power)  Robert Roza

Monday, February 8, 2010

Fear and Communication

Fear is a daily part of living and is tied to communication. Doubt goes hand in hand with fear. When you doubt, you become afraid. When you fear something, it creates doubt about how you'll deal with situations. Doubt uses limitations and shortcomings to influence life choices. When you doubt an achievement, you "shout out" to the world what is (and isn't) possible. When you let go of doubt, you come to an understanding that leads to creative and inspired solutions far beyond what you thought was possible.

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(Excerpt from Communication (is easy) from the Inside-Out. 7 Steps to Your Personal Power) Robert Roza

Friday, February 5, 2010

Ask Your Gut!

An important step to learning to hear and follow your intuition is to practice "checking in" with it. At least two times a day, take a moment to relax and listen to your gut feelings. Ask your gut for help or guidance and practice listening for answers which may come in many forms -- words, images, feelings or being led to a book, friend, teacher who will tell you what you need to know. (Impulses, hunches, sudden/subtle insights are another way to decribe this.)

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Wednesday, February 3, 2010

It's Language From Your Brain!

In order to really "know" your language, you have to pay attention. Awareness is important. When you pay attention to what you say, you can choose to think differently. The best way to do this is to listen to your self talk. Self talk is what it says -- talking to yourself; the language in your brain. How is your self-talk today?

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Monday, February 1, 2010

Mind Your Language!

Becoming mindful of your language takes practice and time. When you take care of your words and take the time to be purposeful and intentional, you'll become more  effective in all areas of your life. Your relationships will improve, you'll experience more joy and satisfaction and you'll be heads above the rest.

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