Reverend S. C. Dixon, General President

Rev. Pernell R. Trent, Sr., General Secretary

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Effective Communication

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Talking to people effectively is an art that can be mastered. Learn the initial keys to becoming exceptional with your words in this series.

Lessons

LPSST1

Length: 5 minutesComplexity: Standard

“The tongue is but three inches long, yet it can kill a man six feet high.” – Japanese Proverb

LPSST2

Length: 6 minutesComplexity: Standard

“Open your mind before your mouth. ”- Aristophanes

LPSST3

Length: 6 minutesComplexity: Standard

“Teeth placed before the tongue give good advice. “ – Italian Proverb

LPSST4

Length: 6 minutesComplexity: Standard

“If speaking is silver, then listening is gold.” — Turkish Proverb

LPSST5

Length: 7 minutesComplexity: Standard

“One of the best ways to persuade others is with your ears — by listening to them.” — Dean Rusk

LPSST6

Length: 5 minutesComplexity: Standard

“Wise men speak because they have something to say; Fools because they have to say something.” – Plato

LPSST7

Length: 4 minutesComplexity: Standard

“Words are like spears: Once they leave your lips they can never come back.” – Yoruban Proverb

LPSST8

Length: 4 minutesComplexity: Standard

“Say not always what you know, but always know what you say.” -Tiberius Caesar

LPSST9

Length: 6 minutesComplexity: Standard

“Wisdom is the reward you get for a lifetime of listening when you would rather have talked.” Mark Twain

LPSST10

Length: 5 minutesComplexity: Standard

“It is greed to do all the talking but not to want to listen at all.” — Democritus of Abdera

LPSST11

Length: 5 minutesComplexity: Standard

“Lower your voice and strengthen your argument.” — Lebanese Proverb

LPSST12

Length: 5 minutesComplexity: Standard

“Never say more than is necessary.” — Richard Brinsley Sheridan

LPSST13

Length: 6 minutesComplexity: Standard

“People who can’t admit they are part of the problem, will never be part of its solution.” — Kenneth Kaye

LPSST14

Length: 5 minutesComplexity: Standard

“People who fight with fire usually end up with ashes.” — Abigail Van Buren

LPSST15

Length: 6 minutesComplexity: Standard

“Sometimes you have to be silent to be heard.” — Swiss Proverb

LPSST16

Length: 5 minutesComplexity: Standard

“The deepest principle of human nature is the craving to be appreciated.” — William James

LPSST17

Length: 5 minutesComplexity: Standard

“There is all the difference in the world between having something to say and having to say something.” – John Dewey

LPSST18

Length: 5 minutesComplexity: Standard

“What is the shortest word in the English language that contains the letters: abcdef? Answer: feedback. Don’t forget that feedback is one of the essential elements of good communication.” – Anonymous

LPSST19

Length: 4 minutesComplexity: Standard

When angry, count to ten before you speak; if very angry a hundred.” — Thomas Jefferson

LPSST20

Length: 5 minutesComplexity: Standard

Courage is what it takes to stand up and speak. Courage is also what it takes to sit down and listen. – Winston Churchill

LPSST21

Length: 7 minutesComplexity: Standard

“Write to be understood, speak to be heard, read to grow.” ― Lawrence Clark Powell

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