Communications vs. Communicating
16 Aug, 2020

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In communications class you learn to have three points, an intro/body/conclusion, to stand and speak confidently, make eye contact, and other forms.

When communicating it’s about depth of thought, arrangement to that audience, live adaptation, developing connection and trust on your content, and working towards value. If you focus on content before form, form will naturally follow (your way).

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