[5-Bullet Tuesday] Keep Your Communication Simple

On March 5, 2020 by mohitsawhney

Hi All,

Here’s your weekly dose of “5-Bullet Tuesday”, list of things I’m enjoying or pondering.

Advertisement I thought was poignant –

This Amul Ad conveys so much about the situation and sentiments of people in Delhi these days. Just as a severe winter passed us by, what has followed is a lot of tension and scare due to riots and rumour mongering gripping the capital (to CAA or not to CAA).  

Image result for amul dilli aisa kisi ne mera toda

Quote I loved –

A little note from John Maxwell, for all of you who are or want to become a coach/ mentor/ trainer or teacher:

The measure of a great teacher isn’t what he or she knows; it’s what the students know.

Person I have to thank –

And why just me, no matter who you are or what you do, you have to thank this guy for his life’s work. Larry Tesler, inventor of cut, copy-and-paste computer functions, died at 74 last week. Imagine what your life would be, especially software developers :), without this invention. RIP Larry.

Article I loved –

Very honest and relatable response from Shiva Shukla to the Quora question – How will you defend yourself if your dad happened to come across bad videos on your phone? Check it out here.

Simple communication tips I learnt –

Keeping communication simple is the key to successful presentations. John Maxwell gives out these five guidelines for keeping it simple:

  1. Talk to people, not above them.
  2. Get to the point.
  3. Say it over and over and over again.
  4. Say it clearly.
  5. Say less.

Simple, isn’t it? But, it takes a lot of difficult work to really keep it simple.                                              


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