6 languages that every person on the planet knows. Which are you talking about?
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„You don’t listen to me!“
„You don’t understand me!!“
„Well, I told you. Don’t you remember? “

Are these sentences known to you? Were criticised because you didn’t pay attention to the words of the interlocutor and you forgot something “very important”? Have you ever wanted to understand better what others are talking about? Would you like to connect with different people?

The key lies in quality communication. Namely, to truly understand your interlocutors, it’s important to pay attention to what they are telling you and how they do it (gestures, tones to which you are addressed, etc.). Based on an ordinary “Good Morning!” said by a colleague, we can conclude what his mood is like that morning. It is important to pay attention to the way this sentence is said. Understanding everyone is not easy, but there is still a way to do that.
We reveal 6 universal languages understood by every person on the planet and who will significantly develop your communication skills.

#1 Thoughts

The brain of this person is like the hard drive of our computers. Namely, it seems that this person has a small safe to store all the information, select them, then filter, and try again to find out where things fit. These people often get facts and details and ask questions like “What? How? Where? Why?”. They view the world as a unique space overwhelmed by random data that they must logically understand, organize, sort and categorize. They think that things must make sense, and so they look for it in everything around them.

#2 Reflections

Now we ask you for “Peace in the courtroom” because these people are like judges, and the world is their courtroom. They regard each event as a legal case they are chairing. What happened? What is the purpose of what happened? Why is it important? Do people tell the truth? Can people be trusted? What is the key? What is the lesson? These are often asked questions and want to find out as soon as possible, as they respond more effectively to them. This person views the world through a filter of his values and thoughts and then makes a final judgment.

#3 Feelings

The compass of this person leads everywhere their heart is. They are very empathetic and full of support. They sympathise with others and strive to make everyone feel comfortable in their skin. Their trigger is emotions. Often you can hear something like this: “How are you? Are you comfortable in this room? How was the meeting?

#4 Reaction

Hey you! You there! Yes, yes! Look at this new super game. Do you want to play with me? Let’s have fun. I hate politics. I love chocolate, but I do not like to drink coffee. These people speak the language of the reaction. These people think and respond in a reflex way, that is, in a moment. Also, they are more responsive than responsible. They think creatively while avoiding analytics. They are guided by the fact that something is happening in the world, and that they are the ones who must answer all the events. These are people who live in a moment, they are very lively and are always ready for something new.

# 5 Actions

They are like being plugged in on electricity. In their lives, they focus mostly on the action. What are we going to do now? That’s the question they are constantly asking. These are people who are constantly looking for new actions and challenges. When they encounter an obstacle, they don’t stop until it is finished. They just can not stop it.

# 6 Imagination

In their heads, it’s like a special movie takes place. They dream. They look at the distance. They imagine. Life is a sky that passes clouds of the most irregular shape, without any reason. All these pictures in the minds of these people are always different and always enchanting. Also, their world is a space full of possibilities. Often they seem to be pulled down and do not like when someone restricts their space. They are inspired by other people and things.

Poor communication in a company is the most common source of conflict, whether it’s about two employees working in the same workgroup, or communication between the boss and the employee. Understanding yourself, and then the other’s needs are the key to avoiding such conflicts. We wrote about communication in one of our previous blogs, so if you are interested in this topic, we encourage you to read it.