71 Communication Phrases of the Best Communicators

Next I show you 71 celebrities Communication phrases Of some of the most effective communicators in history and current affairs such as Tom Peters, Dale Carnegie, Anthony Robbins, Mark Twain, Buddha, or Cervantes.

Do you know any more? Add them in the comments section to complete the list!

You may also be interested in some Leadership phrases or this article To know if anyone lies.

1-The most important thing in communication is to listen to what is not said. - Peter Drucker .

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2-Wise men speak because they have something to say; The fools because they have to say something.-Plato.


3-The way we communicate with others and ourselves determines the quality of our lives.-Anthony Robbins.


4-The most important conversation of your whole life is the one you take with yourself every day.-Lifeder.com.


5-Think like a wise man but communicate in the language of the people.-William Butler Yeats.


6-The greatest problem of communication is the illusion that it has taken place.-George Bernard Shaw.


7-Human communication is the key to personal and professional success.-Paul J. Meyer.


8-Communication is a skill you can learn. It's like riding a bicycle or typing. If you are willing to work, you can quickly improve the quality of every part of your life.-Brian Tracy.


9-To communicate effectively, we must realize that we are all different in the way we perceive the world and use that knowledge as a guide to communicate with others.-Tony Robbins.


10-Take advantage of every opportunity to practice your communicative skills so that when important occasions arise, you will have the gift, style, sharpness, clarity and emotions of affecting other people.-Jim Rohn.


11. The character of a man could be learned by the adjectives he habitually uses in his conversations.-Mark Twain.

12-Whatever words we use, they should be used with care because the people who hear them will be influenced for better or for worse.-Buddha.

13-Communication guides the community, understanding, intimacy and mutual appreciation.-Rollo May.

14-Effective communication begins with listening.-Robert Gately.

15-Speak clearly; Carve every word before dropping it.-Oliver Wendell Holmes.

16-You can change your world by changing your words. Remember, death and life are in the power of the language.-Joel Osteen.

17-The basic tool for the manipulation of reality is the manipulation of words. If you can control the meaning of the words, you can control the people who should use the words.-Philip K. Dick.

18-Of all the inventions for mass communication, the images still speak the most understood universal language.-Walt Disney.

19-We have two ears and a mouth to hear as much as we speak.-Epithet.

20-The art of communication is the language of leadership.-James Humes.

21-Good words are worth a lot and cost little.-George Herbert.

22-Communication is the best way to build strong relationships.-Jada Pinkett Smith.

23-To say nothing, especially when speaking, is half the art of diplomacy.-Will Durant.

24-Science will never come with a better communication system than the break for coffee.-Earl Wilson.

25-Speak when you're pissed off and you'll make the best speech you'll ever regret.-Laurence Peters.

27-Communication is the panacea of ​​everyone for everything.-Tom Peters.

28-You can make more friends in two months by getting interested in other people than you can in two years by trying to get interested in you.-Dale Carnegie.

29-The important thing is to know when to speak and when to remain silent.-Seneca.

30-Honest communication is built on truth and integrity and respect for each other.-Benjamin E. Mays.

31-Half the world is made up of people who have something to say and can not, and the other half of people who have nothing to say and continue to say.-Robert Frost.

32-The art of writing is the art of discovering what you believe.-Gustave Flaubert.

33-Eloquence is the power to translate a truth a language perfectly intelligible to the person you talk to.-Ralph Waldo Emerson.

34-Two monologues do not make a dialogue.-Jeff Daly.

35-Many may argue and few converse.-A. Bronson Alcott.

36-There is only one rule for being a good communicator; Learn to listen.-Christopher Morley.

37-The ability to simplify means to eliminate the unnecessary so that the necessary thing can speak.-Hans Hofmann.

38-The most important things are the most difficult to say, because words are dwarfed.-Stephen King.

39-Talk is free but the wise man chooses when to spend his words.-Neil Gaiman.

40-Any problem, big or small, in a family, always seems to start with poor communication. Someone is not listening.-Emma Thompson.

41-Write to be understood, speak to listen, read to grow.-Lawrence Clark Powell.

42. Words are but the sign of ideas.-Samuel Johnson.

43-Words and images can work together to communicate more powerfully than each one separately.-William Albert Allard.

44-Words are the source of misunderstanding.-Antoine de Saint-Exupéry.

45-Be silent or say something better than silence.-Pythagoras.

46-You never know when a moment and a few sincere words can have an impact on a life.-Zig Ziglar.

47-When people talk, they listen completely. Most people never listen.-Ernest Hemingway.

48-Most conversations are simple monologues developed in the presence of a witness.-Margaret Miller.

"If you have nothing to say, do not say anything."Mark Twain.

50-The more we elaborate our means of communication, the less we communicate.-J. B. Priestley.

51-We never listen when we feel like talking.-François de La Rochefoucauld.

52-First learn the meaning of what you say and then speak.-Epithet.

53-A different language is a different view of life.-Federico Fellini.

54. The conversation is the king. Content is just something to talk about.-Cory Doctorow.

55-The art of effective listening is essential for clear communication and clear communication is necessary to control success.-James Cash Penney.

"Who are you talking so loudly that I can not hear what you say."Ralph Waldo Emerson.

57-Talk constantly is not necessarily communication.-Charlie Kaufman.

58. Deliver your words not by number, but by weight.-Proverb.

59-You can not listen to someone and do something at the same time.-Scott Peck.

60-When we change the way we communicate, we change society.-Clay Shirky.

"I speak to everyone in the same way, whether it's the dump or the president of the university."Albert Einstein.

62-We are stronger when we listen and more intelligent when we listen.-Rania Al-Abdullah.

63-For the encounter with the people it is worth living.-Guy de Maupassant.

"Words are a wonderful form of communication, but they will never replace kisses and punches."Ashleigh Brilliant.

-What we are capable of feeling, we are able to say.-Cervantes.

66-If you do not have anything good to say, do not say anything.-Thumper from Bambi.

"The more people know, the more they shout."Seth Godin.

"Silence is a great art of conversation."- William Hazlitt.

69-Communication Works for Those Who Work It.-John Powell.

70-Happiness begins when your work and words are to the benefit of yourself and others.-Jack Kornfield.

71-You can not not communicate, whatever you do always transmits something.

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