Every day we run into new examples of people "Hitting Send" and quickly regretting that decision. The speed of communication offered through social media opens a gateway to new and unexpected regrets. It's not just people who invest a lot of time into updating their Twitter, we are all capable of sending a message we shouldn't.
Whether we are talking to a stranger at a grocery store, or chatting with our own mother over a phone call, we can and will be misunderstood.
Prevent that misunderstanding and make room for understanding. Keep people from getting the wrong idea and enable them to get the right idea with the sound wisdom and insight offered in Before You Hit Send.
Examine the four things you must think before communicating. In all things, written or spoken, we should pause to consider:
- Is it true?
- Is it kind?
- Is it necessary?
- Is it clear?
When we explore these four questions with honesty, we can wisely consider what we say. In order to fully grasp this, we must learn more about ourselves and learn why we consciously and subconsciously get into these communication disasters. What you learn about yourself may surprise you.