Motivation [Chapter 5 of 8]

If you want to read Part 1 CLICK HERE. Part 2 CLICK HERE. Part 3 CLICK HERE.     Part 4 CLICK HERE

This is Part 5 of 8 for my series on Motivation. Before you get started, I need you to do 2 things for me.

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Precise Communication

We all would agree that effective and proper communication is the key to success. Effectual communication is an indispensable part of one’s lives, including both professional as well as personal life. As far as professional communication is concerned, superior communication skills are necessary in today’s world, without which it is difficult to survive at work. One is expected, or instead required to get hold of more than a few basic skills, to develop good communication skills, with one of these skills being the skill of communicating with precision.

It is vital to understand that precision or accuracy is a very essential ingredient of good communication skills. We should not challenge the importance of precise communication. Precise communication is the key to avoid even the minutest of misunderstandings. Clear expressions, a good body language and an appropriate tone, are among the major elements of precise communication. Apart from these, the eye contact with the person or people being spoken to and grasping the attention of the listeners is also of prime importance.


With the advancement of technology, personal communication, particularly face-to-face communication is taking a back seat. For instance, two people in the same office prefer talking over an email or over the phone, despite having the option to communicate face to face, in person. The point here is that when communicating in person, one’s thoughts can be communicated across more precisely than through an email or over the phone.

The significance of successful and precise communication is indisputable. It is also extremely essential for companies to communicate precisely with their clients, to project a good image. Communicating poorly is a ground for loss of rapport and the image of expertise. Speaking professionally, precise communication can be a great motivator for people. One of the reasons for this is because they are more accurately aware of what is expected from them and thus work accordingly.

Communicating precisely is also a very evident sign of one’s state of mind. If people are unable to communicate in clear terms about what is on their minds, it is in most cases, an indication of their perplexed state of mind. On the contrary, people who can clearly express themselves are the ones who have mastered the skill of precise communication. Precise communication is also very helpful in reducing queries in the listener’s mind. The more precise one’s communication, the easier listeners understand. Information or data given out in precise terms, often, proves to be much more useful.

It is easier to work with people who communicate precisely, as things are clear and easy to understand, and such clear communication additionally motivates people to work. Those with a perplexed state of mind, usually leave others puzzled too.


This is an 8-part Series on Motivation both for yourself and others. If you want to read Part 1 again CLICK HERE. Part 2 CLICK HERE. Part 3 CLICK HERE. Part 4 CLICK HERE . Part 6 will be posted tomorrow.

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