As a greater part of human intelligence, the way that we think has something to do with the way in which we speak and vice versa. There is a determining influence on our speech and our written word that comes from our thoughts. Our thoughts are in turn, subtly shaped by the forms of language in which they are spoken or written. In today’s world, the science of thinking is more mathematical and logical and thus, language tends to become more polarized.
Most of us have failed to realize that language (both written and spoken word) is made of sound and frequency, consequently carrying with it, anger, compassion, happiness, sadness, command, request, plea, commitment and an array of other emotions and sensations. The vibration of the language we speak and write resonates about who we are and how we think to others. However, often times, the non-native speaker or communicator, unaware of the subtleties of the target language, find themself unsuccessful in business dealings with other non-native and native speakers due to this lack of awareness. Shockingly, even native speakers fail to acknowledge the importance of subtle language when dealing with others.
At Global Perspectives, we train executives and staff in the psychology behind the subtleties of the now global English language. We inject the human aspect into the business equation by coaching native and non-natives speakers to learn the impact of word choice, intonation, inflection, cadence, tone, stress and accentuation in their business dealings.
Most people are concerned with and focused on grammar, a purely mathematical and logical aspect of language. However, sound and frequency create the vibration that impacts others on a human level, not a grammar. Learning to think and impart your thinking while respecting sound and frequency is a language art lost in today’s society.
Regain the insight required to shine in your business communication and consult with Global Perspectives today to book your one-on-one coaching session or group seminar.