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How to COMMUNICATE Effectively – #BelieveLife

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✎ In today’s #BelieveLife video we’re sharing advice on how to communicate effectively.

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Comments to How to COMMUNICATE Effectively – #BelieveLife


    CreativeQueen x September 10, 2017 11:02 AM Reply
  • Love love love ur channel Evan. Keep inspiring !!

    CreativeQueen x September 10, 2017 11:02 AM Reply
  • Inspire✌✌

    Positive Legend September 10, 2017 11:03 AM Reply
  • I stand by the rule that the best way to communicate is to be interesting, and the best way to be interesting is to be interested. Show the other person you care about them.

    That Habit Guy Channel September 10, 2017 11:04 AM Reply
    • That Habit Guy Channel nice

      Bobby Ray Loves Success September 10, 2017 11:05 AM Reply
    • Man I really like your channel too! You and Evan are two of my tops channels.

      James Forrester September 10, 2017 11:06 AM Reply
  • Love ur vids

    NATE GAMING September 10, 2017 11:10 AM Reply
  • Wow thanks as always +Evan Carmichael "really important video"

    Internal Beast September 10, 2017 11:31 AM Reply
  • I will be practising the ……… IAP.

    Nathanael Geach September 10, 2017 11:48 AM Reply
  • no #coffee #vegan ! 😛 makes me headache all the time … only tee 🙂

    A G September 10, 2017 11:49 AM Reply
  • Awesome information and Video. THANKS again for Today's message Evan. Hugs .

    Troy Hagen September 10, 2017 12:05 PM Reply
  • 🙂

    Cosimo Marraffa September 10, 2017 12:06 PM Reply
  • As an entrepreneur, training your people is the highest form of effective, necessary communication. When you are training those in your organization the best way to prepare your people for the “game” is to ROLE PLAY. You role play EVERYTHING! Let me give you a few examples. When I worked in the insurance business, it was important to be able to give a great presentation to the client. BEFORE you can give a presentation however, you had to be able to get into the house. We started our training with “how” you knock on the door. We had a specific, friendly knock. We role played the knock. Then, when the prospective customer came to the door, we role played what to say. We role played to all the possible responses that the customer might give you at the door. We role played “qualifying” the customer at the door. We role played saying, “May I come in?” We called this whole process the “door approach”. If you have never gone “door knocking” before, you will find that it can be a very intimidating act for he or she that is knocking. YOU BUILD COURAGE AND PERSEVERANCE THROUGH DRILL, PRACTICE; AND REHEARSAL. When you role play, you have the opportunity to see what your trainees are doing right and wrong. Obviously, you reinforce correct technique and you correct faulty performance. Additionally, you may also learn a new technique from the performer that you hadn’t thought of. Another thing that happens, that is incredibly positive, is when they ask YOU to roleplay the part of the performer. When they switch roles with you they are about to give you the scenarios that are causing them difficulty and hardship in the field. When you solve these issues for them you have accomplished two important things. First, you have answered their question and uncovered an area that needs work. And second, you have established more credibility for yourself as the leader. Here’s a major irony of teaching and training: Much of the time, the trainer will learn more than the trainee. Let me give you a negative example. A couple of years ago, the executive director of the library where I worked, decided that we should have a person “meet and greet” our patrons when they walked through our doors. All she did was assign people to perform this task, without any instruction, an hour at a time. The only people that were able to effectively perform this task were the director herself and me. Why? Pretty simple, right? Never assume. Always begin training by explaining the why and because. Always explain what you are trying to accomplish. Always show the trainee how to do it. Always observe the trainee performing. Always track the results. Sound familiar? PESOS, (SEE BELOW) my friend. It is always necessary to give CCDD. Clear, concise, definite, direction. Our director, in her wisdom(?), blamed the performers. When a seemingly simple task that has been assigned is not performed as EXPECTED, you should first INSPECT to see if the proper direction was GIVEN and RECEIVED. Never assume that your instructions are understood. Always have the performer give you FEEDBACK to be sure they know what is EXPECTED. The PESOS Training System In business and coaching, you as the leader, are constantly teaching and training. What’s the difference? You go to school and receive a high school education. In the business world you receive both an education and training. Ask your high school sophomore if he wants sex education or sex training. See the difference? There is a simple way to train people to perform. It’s called the PESOS system. Mexican money. Here’s how it works. It is, of course, an acronym.P-repareE-xplainS-howO-bserveS-upervise The first thing that you do is to PREPARE your pupil for the task. What is it EXACTLY that you want me to do? What is the why and because that makes the task important? Where does it fit in to the “big picture”? Etc. The second step is to EXPLAIN how the task is to be performed. Step three is to SHOW your student how to perform the task by performing it yourself. Number 4: You OBSERVE the mentee performing the task. You do this for as long as it takes for the student to get the job done right. You critique, analyze, and continuously correct until you are happy with the quality of performance. Finally, you supervise. What does that mean? It means that you track the results. If the results are not satisfactory then you return to the OBSERVE step and make the appropriate correction. If you are receiving good results than you move on to the next task and collect your PESOS. In this way, the student will also become the teacher/trainer. You are building your organization and developing your leaders.

    PETER Avergun September 10, 2017 12:30 PM Reply
  • Really nice video….the content was really necessary for all of us …Thank you and much more videos to come

    Abhishek N September 10, 2017 12:34 PM Reply
    • Glad you liked it and you found the content valuable to you Abhishek. 🙂 #Believe #BTA624 Shine

      Evan Carmichael September 17, 2017 4:09 AM Reply
  • please hide alpha m"s wife s . he wont to show her on his videos

    Breh G September 10, 2017 12:42 PM Reply
    • Thanks for watching. #BTA624 Shine

      Evan Carmichael September 17, 2017 4:16 AM Reply
  • Evan????

    Comiesha Monica September 10, 2017 1:37 PM Reply
  • Awesome

    pramod m September 10, 2017 1:37 PM Reply
  • Gotta go with think about others how can a person see you importance if you don't really see theirs?

    Clifford Starks September 10, 2017 2:08 PM Reply
  • Julian Treasure should be here.

    Jeric Tan September 10, 2017 2:15 PM Reply
  • Good ? day Evan and team good advice. We all in a away have lost the art to communicate effectively, what with all the social media that contrent us to a few characters. Keep them coming ✋????????

    ria rivera September 10, 2017 2:24 PM Reply
  • #BTA91Whats Good for them – what will help the other personStop using filler words -Un professional Use Intentional Awkward Pause -Shows you are listening Question for Clarification -Ask how do you mean ,, then pauseKnow the End goal – stops you getting into off topic tangents

    Tueluz zaman September 10, 2017 3:11 PM Reply
  • Very useful.

    Ahmed Shiran September 10, 2017 4:10 PM Reply
  • Best way of communication is listening. When you listen, you learn. When you are talking, you are teaching or just telling. #BTA49

    The Howling Chihuahua September 10, 2017 4:33 PM Reply
  • Finally got what I needed most

    Pearl Wave September 10, 2017 4:33 PM Reply
  • The Intentional Awkward Pause is amazing! So effective! Other person just keep going deeper, telling you what's really on their minds. 🙂 #BTA72 <3

    Aleksandra Teofilovic September 10, 2017 6:13 PM Reply
  • Evan good job very informative

    sai srikar September 10, 2017 6:21 PM Reply
  • Please , make a video on Shakib Al Hasan. He is the number one All-rounder in all of those three formats of cricket. He is a motivation for many kids and young people. Thanks,Evan. Waiting to hear from you.Take love <3

    Albhi Fahad September 10, 2017 7:13 PM Reply
  • Also showing them that you cared is by listening, being there by there side, helping them out, doing things with the people you love and cared for, but don't forget to care and love yourself too

    Daisy Prim September 10, 2017 7:20 PM Reply
  • Evan this one i like it very much ,it touches the inner chambers of my soul i must download it. thanks

    wafula thadeus September 10, 2017 7:41 PM Reply
  • listening to people is a perfect rule to follow….will start following summarily!!

    Fair & Square September 10, 2017 8:03 PM Reply
  • I'm really going to implement "IAP" I really connect with Marie and it's something that I definitely see can change in my communication.

    Erik Morales September 10, 2017 8:23 PM Reply
  • I try to listen carefully… then use the "So what your saying is"? And then repeat back With my husband but he gets furious and says I'm not going to repeat myself … you don't listen to me and it starts an argument! :/

    dawnpeed September 10, 2017 9:32 PM Reply
  • Watch me become world champion before 2021

    Emmanueli Adzoh September 10, 2017 10:40 PM Reply
  • Nice video! Such useful tips "Listen" #BTA33

    Andrey Ferreira September 11, 2017 12:10 AM Reply
  • GOOD MORNING EVAN, this is the first thing in the morning i did while having coffee, THANK YOU 😀

    Tejender Prasad September 11, 2017 2:20 AM Reply
  • Listen before you talk. That's way the brain is in the middle of the way!

    Roberto Carlos Latini September 11, 2017 4:04 AM Reply
  • "listen, not just with your ears, but your eyes as well" .. people very much underestimate the loudness of body language. It can speak volumes more then the words sometimes.

    Lynne Scrafton September 11, 2017 5:59 AM Reply
  • Communicating your vision effectively will inspire the people around you to believe in your dreams.

    Braulio Damian Calzato September 11, 2017 2:38 PM Reply
  • Alpha M was the best………

    suraj bera September 11, 2017 2:52 PM Reply
  • Thank you once again!!! Excellent tips. I specially like the "IAP" and Brian Traci with clarification question "how do you mean"

    Nayibeth Soriano September 11, 2017 4:27 PM Reply
  • Check out my NEWEST video:

    Evan Carmichael September 11, 2017 5:04 PM Reply
  • I needed this today. Every day, I go out of my way to hone in on my communication and listening skills. I bombed today at work with a few clients due to my lack of effective communication. But thanks Evan! You're a lifesaver.

    Kenzell Lewis September 12, 2017 12:08 AM Reply
  • Hi Evan! I don't want to bother you but I will post this on every video I can until you answer to my message on facebook! Its a kind of threat really I guess…anyway ?hope to know from you soon #Believenation #Help me

    Rubpc24 September 13, 2017 5:28 PM Reply
    • Your message was already replied. Thank you very much for reaching out. #BTA622 Shine

      Evan Carmichael September 14, 2017 4:32 PM Reply
  • Be the last to speak! BTA01

    Jack Sims September 14, 2017 3:26 AM Reply
  • This was more about listening rather than concentrating on addressing concerns, emotions, or ideas. Communicating from a place of building community, friendship, and harmonious action leads to forming your communication in a way that is empathetic and powerful.

    Eddie Allen September 14, 2017 8:34 AM Reply
  • I think you're awesome! ?

    Annette Sanchez September 14, 2017 2:14 PM Reply
  • My dear Evan! your videos are always great , informative and inspiring. I have a special request . It is to have something inspiring to those who are under tough circumstances like refugee especially in Syria by directing a video to them to boost their motivationThanks a lot

    Joseph Odeh September 14, 2017 2:28 PM Reply
  • thanks van

    Hauzel Lalrosiama September 15, 2017 12:39 AM Reply
  • I noticed my "filler word" is "so" while editing a video. I'm definitely going to practice pausing. I can't wait to try Marie Forleo's awkward pause.

    Kathryn Costa September 16, 2017 12:43 AM Reply

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