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How To Avoid Misunderstandings–10 Steps

Have you ever been misunderstood or misinterpreted? Do you sometimes misunderstand the signals and words you’ve received from others? Oftentimes communication seems to be a fight for control. But it doesn’t have to be that way!

In this episode of the Everyday Disciple Podcast, Caesar will teach you how to avoid being misunderstood and give you 10 steps to becoming an active listener and effective communicator. 

In This Episode You’ll Learn:

  • The biggest mistakes people make when communicating.
  • Why you must level-up your non-verbal communication skills.
  • Secrets to becoming an empathetic and active listener.
  • 10 Steps to move from misunderstanding to effective conversation.

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how to avoid misunderstandings

From this episode:

Engaging in mental criticisms in the middle of a conversation you’re having will impede your ability to effectively listen to the other person. You’ve gotta listen without making any hasty conclusions, or judging another person’s motives and their heart.

Each week the Big 3 will give you immediate action steps to get you started.
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Links and Resources Mentioned in This Episode:

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