Tuesday Readings 03

I was worried about being able to post this due to my connection problems. But here I am. Lets start with 5 Ways to Face Down Rejection. Have you ever been rejected?? It has happened many times with me. In different circumstances and different locations. But a rejection is rejection. It’s very difficult to face it. Especially the rejection from your so called girlfriend and rejection at an interview which you were hoping to get selected. The above post gives you five ways to face it. If you can’t face it turn your back and show your …….. 😉

Next is a blog which I love to read. Really helpful tips on communication and I want everyone to read that. That is why I promote such posts for nothing. The post I am talking about is Technology’s Effect on Interpersonal Communication. Today’s world is a small place through the various types of communication gadgets available. Now read how to use this technology for better communication skills. Continue reading →

Interpersonal Communication

Communication, as we all know, is the most important part in our life. Whatever we do is done through communication. Rather it be via post, or via telephone, or via personal meetings. But this communication is important. Nothing moves without this. And when you are on a job or especially a businessman, This skill is of utmost important.

The reason for yelling out above lines is the blog I came across. The blog named “Better Interpersonal Communication“. As the name suggest the blog features various aspects of Interpersonal Communication. And yes. It’s definitely Better Interpersonal Communication. After reading for a while I thought it’s a must visit for all. You’ll surely gain something of that reading.

The blog is based on the simplest template of blogger. As a blogger I visit many blogs and review them in comments or in some other sites. And I find many cluttered blogs. This is not. Things are nicely arranged and is balanced on both sides. It got some good sidebar links leading external sites. But loads quick as they are splited on both sides. Continue reading →