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A good method of communication - Hail Method
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A good method of communication - Hail Method



A good method of communication can be key to many successes.


Here is an amazing method of communication:


Let us learn about the H.A.I.L method of communication.


H-Honesty - Try to be clean and honest in your communication. Be very clear in whatever you want to say. Honest communication is crucial for building strong and healthy relationships in businesses.


A- Authenticity - Be yourself. Do not try to copy others. This leads to improved connections and engagements.


I- Integrity - Keep your words. Do not change your ideas for someone else. If you believe something, stick to it. Integrity aligns with what you say or do with your values.


L- Love- Wish well and greet them with a smile. While greeting you must use the appropriate level of formality for each situation.


A good method of communication Hail Method




What are some habits I should follow to have good communication skills?


Let’s start off with the easiest method to increase your likability.


1. It’s to be sincerely curious and ask interesting questions.

We all can do this! Instead of saying, “Hey, how are you?” Say, “It’s great to meet! What’s your day been like?”

Even though this isn’t the most interesting question, there’s a huge difference. And, you’ll get a much different response from the person you’re talking to.

Several studies published in the Greater Good Science Center reveal that curious people have better relationships and connect better with others. In fact, other people are more easily attracted and feel socially closer to individuals that display curiosity.

This fact alone should make you ask better questions and learn how to be curious.

George Mason University psychologist Todd Kashdan, conducted a study which found:

"Being interested is more important in cultivating a relationship and maintaining a relationship than being interesting; that's what gets the dialogue going. It's the secret juice of relationships.”

Wow! Being curious is enough to make you a more likable person. That’s it!

But, you can’t fake it. It’s an easy tell.

2. When you’re asking questions and being curious about the person you’re talking to, you need to also have a friendly and open demeanor.

The fastest way to kill your likability is to come off as fake or indifferent. Even if you don’t mean to. You might just feel uncomfortable or are naturally reserved.

But keep in mind that people are trying read on you.

When you act closed-off or snobby, even if it’s unintentional, no one will like you.

How can you do not be snobby?

3. Learn to make an immediate good first impression with your face.

Donna Van Natten, the Body Language Dr., says, “people can judge us in just a 10th of a second. And in two or more seconds, people's judgments of us tend to become more negative…

Van Natten goes on to say…

“We like to see teeth. So, smile! We also quickly seek eye contact and that's a struggle for some people. But, in our country, we are an eye-contact culture for a sign of trust.”

4. Listen first, then listen some more. Then speak.

We all like to rush to get a word in as we talk to others.

When someone else is speaking, we usually half listen while we contemplate our response. We often miss a chance to establish a connection by being too quick to insert ourselves into the conversation or be right.

5. So, start actively listening to others with true intent. It’s the fast track to becoming likable faster.

6. Lastly, look for shared interests.

When it comes to building rapport with another person, look for ways to establish common ground through shared interests.

Maybe both of you are amateur photographers?

Or, maybe you both watch the same Netflix shows, fans of a sports team you love to watch or read the same books.

I guarantee you can find something in common.

On the chance that you can’t, chances are they have a skill or hobby you’re interested in learning about.

Try to see every conversation to learn, explore, and establish relationships.

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