Words coming from our mouths can either inspire or make someone’s day dull or stressful!
We want to bring a positive effect to someone’s life if possible that’s why we have to choose the right words at the right time. What does it mean? For example, if the situation or the environment is happy, you can crack some jokes or tell happy stories as well. But, if the person whom you are talking with has a problem and looks said, you have to think of ways how you can be able to lift her mood. For example, showing sympathy and giving words of encouragement. We have to be mindful enough to avoid uttering unnecessary words or stories that can bring some regrets later on.
Words are powerful because they either make a heart or break a heart!
It can either inspire someone else or be the reason for someone’s resentment. Words are desirable in a way that they can carry us to different places where we haven’t seen yet, know some information that we aren’t updated with, and know the people we don’t even meet yet in person.
Words are our ways of expressing our thoughts, sharing our experiences (whether it is happy or sad), and giving our comments and opinions on a specific topic. Our words are always attached to a certain emotion when we are producing it. That’s why we have to choose positive words if we want to produce a happy environment. This will greatly help us and other people to feel better.
Quick tips before we go to the importance of being selective with words:
- Take time to filter your ideas, responses, or opinions before you speak them. It’s ok to wait for a few seconds or minutes to respond. Responding immediately doesn’t make you any wiser, because you might say words that you don’t mean to say.
- Promise and commit yourself to avoid complaining and gossiping about yourself and others. Venting our emotions to someone else is very helpful to relieve stress but we have to take note that it should only be to people whom we can trust. People change! Your friends now can be an enemy tomorrow! And the words that you said won’t change any more.
- Talk about being happy and appreciative. And always aim to communicate effectively.
Sometimes it’s also hard to control our words given that the one with whom we have the conversation is a friend or someone whom we haven’t met for a long time. And to make up for the years that have past without seeing each other we often sit or go out with them to fill those times that we haven’t seen them in person by talking and telling stories about the things that we have missed already. However, there’s one thing that we also miss sometimes, and that is to be careful of the things that are coming out of our mouths.
So, why does being selective with words very important?
Being selective with words during a conversation with somebody is very important because:
- It saves us from being liable. A story being told to someone else could spread easily, especially if that person is a chitchat person. This means that person isn’t careful about the things which he/she shares with someone else. So always choose your words, and choose to whom you share your words as well.
- Being selective with words helps you to minimize the length of a conversation. A long conversation with someone else shortens or distracts your productivity. There are countless things that you can do instead of spending time conversing with someone else which only goes to talking about the life of other people.
- Being selective with the words that you say enhances your critical thinking. It means you only produce words that you think can produce a worthful topic. This will then help you to gain knowledge, ideas, and information that is beneficial for improving your self-development instead of gaining negative thoughts or learning negative actions from a lengthy conversation.
- Being selective with words helps you to avoid unimportant details that could only create negatives in life.
- It helps you to focus on what matters most, like deciding what to pay attention to and what to avoid because being selective means being aware of your words.
- Being selective with words helps you to ignore certain stimuli that could ruin a conversation, and be able to concentrate on it to create a meaningful one.
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