25 Things All Great Communicators Do

Episode 162: These are the habits the greatest all share

What are the habits that all great communicators have in common?

Andrew Blotky should know. His career has taken him from the White House to Facebook, and he’s seen the best. In his new book, “Honestly Speaking,” he describes the techniques they all seem to practice.

Episode 162 of the Communication Guys podcast is “25 Things All Great Communicators Do,” where the Guys continue their interview with Andrew and discuss his list of essential habits for every effective communicator.

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The Golden Rule of Communication

Episode 161: Thou shalt do these things unto others

What does it take to communicate clearly, honestly and effectively in a business setting?

Ask Andrew Blotky. For five years he led global employee communications at Facebook, at a time when Facebook was expanding its workforce from 5,000 to 30,000 employees worldwide. Business communication doesn’t get more challenging than that.

Episode 161 of the Communication Guys podcast is “The Golden Rule of Communication,” where the Guys talk with Andrew about his new book, “Honestly Speaking: How the Way We Communicate Transforms Leadership, Love, and Life.”

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Be Tough, But Not Bulletproof

Episode 159: If you’re bulletproof, you’re improvement-proof

With all the criticism and negativity that surrounds us today, it can be hard to maintain the kind of positive attitude that you need to keep pressing forward in your relationships and career.

But when we tune out all negative-sounding comments, we risk cutting ourselves off from even the constructive criticism we desperately need to grow and improve. When that happens, you’ve become “bulletproof.”

Episode 159 of the Communication Guys podcast is “Be Tough, But Not Bulletproof,” where the Guys discuss the reasons we all need to remain open to criticism, and explain how to tell the difference between constructive criticism and useless negativity.

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