People who are good communicators understand people and interact with them in a meaningful way. They are sincere, knowledgeable about what they are communicating, have respect for who they are communicating to, and have the ability to express thoughts clearly and politely. There are many benefits to communicating effectively. You can inspire people to the greatness in which they are called to, direct them when they are lost, strengthen their self image and boost confidence, help find solutions to their problems, help them become successful, give them peace, save them time and money, and basically make a big difference in their life.
This is a mutual benefit for a good communicator as you will help people in ways you may not even dream of when communicating effectively and in turn you will achieve your goals and be rewarded with the rich life you have communicated to others.
Most successful leadership comes through effective communication and the same holds true with personal leadership also. Business leaders tend to use communication more actively which attributes to so much of their success. We all have the capability within us to do so also.
With the job market today, successful communication is a must. Getting across who you are and what your experience is needs to be achieved so both parties know if it is a mutual benefit and fit. The benefits are not just in business. They also include your spouse, child, church, and any groups in which you belong to. Communicating is both written and verbal. It can be documents at work, notes left at home or a speech, phone message, or meeting. These are ways to give information, express an emotion, build people up, and influence.
Communication can make such a difference in every situation and relationship if done effectively. Anyone can be a successful communicator when given the right information and tools to do so. It does not matter if they are blind or have speech impediments as communication comes in all forms and there have been many people in history who proved this to be true.