Tools and Skills used to Transfer Information

Communication is the most valuable skill to have. Everything you do in life depends on good communication. This is why having the skills to communicate effectively and efficiently is extremely important. Transferring and receiving information is a fact of life. Information is what makes life possible. When we master the power of communication, we master our world. This is why language is so important.

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2 Cans connected by one StringThere are many levels of communication. This is why most communication is undetectable and goes unnoticed because we only see the surface. We mostly communicate using small talk. This is why when most people talk they don't say anything valuable or relative. And most people will assume that they know what they're saying and pretend to know what they're talking about because they also can't communicate with themselves on a meaningful level. This miscommunication with reality is the result of our education systems not educating people enough about life and not transferring the necessary knowledge and skills that are needed to live a good life. This is why the process of having a real conversation is unknown to most people, and why the skills of communication are also unknown to most people. When we improve education, we will improve everything. The world is ours, but only if we learn how to honestly talk and communicate with our world. The simple fix of improving education will change the world in so many positive ways, that life itself will become an almost limitless supply of potential and possibilities. We will laugh at how stupid we once were, but most importantly, we will never forget how ignorant we once were, and we will preserve our knowledge as symbols of our greatness and preserve our mistakes as symbols and reminders of how we overcame the horrors of our own ignorance. The great awakening has been slowly working its way through society, but the great dumbing down of our schools and the dumbing down of our media outlets have been working hard to stop people from being highly educated and highly informed of ourselves and the world around us.

Learning to Read, Write and Communicate is extremely important. There is only so much that you can learn from just watching the world or from just listening to the world, and there is only so much that you can learn from your experiences. If you can't read at a decent level of comprehension, you will not have access to most of the worlds most valuable knowledge and information, that is mostly in the text format. Even though we have good amount of information and knowledge on video, and a lot of images and sound, that still does not compare to the amount of knowledge and information that is in writing. Words are the machine language of the brain. The more quality words that you have in your vocabulary, and the more words that you can comprehend, the more potential you will have and the more you will understand. Accurately measuring your comprehension level and the size of your Vocabulary is extremely important. So knowing the words in your vocabulary is a must.

Most all communication should be as if you are communicating with a child. Simplistic words and speech that's easy to understand. No hidden meanings, no games, and no yelling at a child, you need patience. Don't judge a person for their lack of knowledge, you should only try to discover how much knowledge they possess. The more you learn about someone's skill level and knowledge level, then you can communicate more complex messages if needed. Until then, be nice to the baby. No goo goo's or gaa gaa's, just plain old root language.

Reading  -  Writing  -  Language  -  Translations  -  Linguistics  -  Communication

The Invention of Language

Communication ProcessSimultaneous Subject Teaching

Letters - Words - Symbols



Narrative Modes


Meanings - Variations




Word Games

Writing Tips

Writing Resources

Writing Quotes


Missing Letter Effect


Read to Learn

Speed Reading


Book Types


Audio Books

Books about Reading and Writing



Learning Languages


Hearing Problems

Blindness and Seeing Problems


Nonverbal Communication - Body Language

Listening and Hearing accurately when other People Speak

Talking and Speaking Effectively - Speech

Is Thinking and Talking to Yourself the same thing?

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