June 20, 2017 Lior Burg

Why Voice Matters

Using our voices as a default means of communication used to be obvious, but the wonderful invention of the internet and smartphones that invaded our lives has changed the way we communicate with each other.

These days, our default means of communication with our families, friends, colleagues and strangers are through emoticons. Think about it – we use symbols to express our feelings, thoughts, and opinions, instead of just using our voices. But, emoticons and written words are lacking one very important things – it can’t transfer the meaning of your intention in an accurate way. In other words – our communication with each other often gets lost in translation, and it can lead to many unpleasant scenarios and misunderstandings.

The solution to this problem is very simple – we need to go back and use our voices as our main way of communication.

Using our voices matter, a lot.

Using our voices help us be clear about what we want, how we want it and how to reach our goals faster.

It helps us make social and business relations better – when you use your voice to express what is it that you want, need or can contribute in a situation, there’s no misunderstanding your intentions. You’ve said it clear, so other people understand.

It really is as simple as that.

Using our voices help us tell our stories. We all have our own story; each one is unique and can make a difference in other people’s lives. When people hear your voice, they can hear your feelings and emotions. Your own feelings and emotions, not some computer-made symbol. And that is what makes all the difference.

Use your voice to reach your goals – if it’s to make new friends, to get the job of your dreams, to raise awareness to something that matters to you, or to shout your story to the rest of the world.

Use your voice, because it matters, and it can change your life.

Tell us in a HearMeOut post how using your voice helped make a difference in your life, we want to hear you!

 

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