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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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A talk is a voyage. It must be charted. The speaker who starts nowhere, usually gets there.

— Dale Carnegie (1888-1955), How to Win Friends and Influence People (1936)

The armor of God is his word in the Bible, his direct communications with us and his holy spirit, who is with us always.

— L E Kinzie, Undamned, My Escape from the Old Testament (2014)

Communication involves self-revelation on the part of one individual and listening on the part of another.

— Dr. Gary Chapman, Now You’re Speaking My Language (2007)

That’s why I do this music business thing, it’s communication with people without having the extreme inconvenience of actually phoning anybody up.

— Steven Morrissey, professional singer, songwriter, and author

Self-consciousness kills communication.

— Rick Steves, American travel writer and TV personality

Communication is one of the most important skills you require for a successful life.

— Catherine Pulsifer, Define Interpersonal Skills, Wings of Wisdom, Wings for Goals, Wings for Work, My Story, http://www.wow4u.com

There is nothing worse than trying to talk to someone who is staring at a device such as a phone, iPad or computer. It’s actually rude and makes the other person feel as though what they have to say isn’t important.

— Alexis G. Roldan, author

When you give yourself permission to communicate what matters to you in every situation you will have peace despite rejection or disapproval. Putting a voice to your soul helps you to let go of the negative energy of fear and regret.

— Shannon L. Alder, Inspirational author

A strong leader must possess strong communicational skills. As a leader, learn to listen. A good listener makes a great leader. You must work and try to understand desires, needs, thoughts, beliefs, feelings etc. of others.

— Daniel Transon, The Leadership Challenge (2012)

A great measure of a coach’s success is determined by how well he makes himself understood to the players.

— Lombardi, Vince (1913-1970), The Essential Vince Lombardi (2003)
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