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My Communication Quotes

My collection of communication quotes (with author and source) collected from books, conversations, training, and of course, the internet. Enjoy!

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Remember that tantrums are already the extreme way of communication for toddlers. And toddlers don’t just go into tantrums for no reason. Pay attention to your child and don’t ignore their needs.

— Patricia Munsford, How to Discipline a Toddler (2015)

Communicate in a respectful manner – Don’t just tell your team members what you want, but explain to them why.

— Jeffrey Morales, Leadership (2015)

All communication must lead to change.

— Aristotle (384-322 BC), Greek philosopher

Wisdom cannot be imparted. Wisdom that a wise man attempts to impart always sounds like foolishness to someone else… Knowledge can be communicated, but not wisdom. One can find it, live it, do wonders through it, but one cannot communicate and teach it.

— Hermann Hesse (1877-1962), German-born Swiss poet, novelist, & painter; recipient of Nobel Prize in Literature 1946; Author of: Demian, Steppenwolf, Siddhartha, The Glass Bead Game

The companionship and completeness God intended for marriage grow out of communication as two people share each day the meaning of their lives.

— H. Norman Wright, Communication: Key to Your Marriage (2000)

Not the fastest horse can catch a word spoken in anger.

— Chinese Proverb

Having money discussions are important: they should be part of the communication before living together, before marriage, and while making a life together.

— Michael Henson, Debt Free (2015)

Communication works for those who work at it.

— John Quincy Adams (1767-1848), American President

Communication is power. Those who have mastered its effective use can change their own experience of the world and the world’s experience of them. All behavior and feelings find their original roots in some form of communication.

— Tony Robbins, Unlimited Power (2008)

Use assertive communication. Assertive communication is about being nonreactive and still respectful.

— Ryan Cooper, Difficult People (2015)
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