Communication is a shared processes. Clear communication requires a certain amount of handshaking, common languages with common glossaries and acceptable pacing and style. It’s true whether it’s human communicating or computer equipment.

Communication is a shared processes. Clear communication requires a certain amount of handshaking, common languages with common glossaries and acceptable pacing and style. It’s true whether it’s human communicating or computer equipment.

I picked the simplest one that most people learn as children in public schools because the notion that “being understood” as a property solely of the communicant is generally flawed, although it is expected of professional communicators to attempt to reach the broadest audience.

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Of course, some models of human communication reach into the absurd, such as “neurolinguistic programming” and its offshoots, but it has its dedicated adherents, usually about my age or older, although some newer forms continue popping up under other names, all ultimately offshoots of Zig Ziglar stuff.

 

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