Good communication makes life easier. It is the key to good organization. Process manuals at work that everyone can rely on, a playbook in a sporting team so everyone can work for that win, and a family meeting to prevent squabbles are all examples of good communication. When you communicate your wants and needs clearly, it is much more likely that you will have them met. Of course, good communication goes both ways. When you understand more about the people you live and work with, you’ll avoid frustrations and wasted time. Great things to communicate include schedules, rules, changes to schedules and rules, problems (a problem shared is a problem halved), your preferences, where things belong, how things are done.
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