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There are two components to messages.

The first component is the delivery of the message

The second component is the meaning in the message.

Let’s look at the first component, the delivery of the message.

The delivery of the message is how is the message delivered.

Is it delivered in a quiet setting or is it delivered in chaos with background noise and people rushing about?

The second component is the meaning in the message.

Meaning of the message is where you ask yourself, “Is there a hidden meaning in the message or not?”

Are you the type of communicator who gives a clear and strong message?

The type of person who communicates what he or she means and means what he or she says, and it’s all done with compassion?

Are you wishy washy with your message because you don’t want to offend anyone, so you choose to stand on one side and the opposing side making you look like you don’t have a strong stance on either side and therefore making you look wishy washy?

Do you deliver a strong message; however, the message you deliver has a hidden message behind it?

In a hidden message, the delivery of the message may sound like a compliment, but there is an undertone that states that the person who delivered the message is better than the person who received the message.

Here is an example of a hidden message, you’re told that the clothing item looks good, and it makes you look five pounds lighter.

The hidden message is that you’ve probably gained a few pounds and the clothing seemed to help with hiding some of the weight gain. The clothing item is definitely designed for people who want to look a little thinner than they actually are which is something that you need, but is not necessary for the other person who delivered the message.

Are you the type of communicator that decides what or how to deliver the message depending upon the situation or the person you are speaking with? You have the ability to know and when to shift when delivering your message.

There isn’t necessary a right or wrong way for the messages to be delivered or received.

It’s about making sure that the messages are understood and interpreted the way you meant for it to be interpreted.

If you want your message to be wishy washy, have a hidden message, or clear message that is all fine as long as that is how you want to deliver your message and you want your message to be interpreted as such.

The Objective of the Game

The ‘winning’ objective is that you deliver your message the way you wanted to and the message you delivered is understood the way you wanted it to.

If your message was not delivered, understood or interpreted the way you wanted to, guess what?

You learned without losing.

Remember there is no losing in this game, only learning.

Learning points in this example might be what stopped you from delivering your message the way you wanted to? what are your fears? Why do have these fears? What went well and want to keep? What didn’t go well that you want to change? What can you do better next time?

You earn bonus points when you’re bold and step into your authenticity of the character you want to portray when delivering and speaking your message.

This is the Communication Warrior.

You know your way of messages…Now Go Play and Have Fun Communicating!

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Warm regards,

Grace CW Liu
Communication Navigator