Saying it is one thing; meaning it is another.
June 11th - people aren’t going to know what you mean unless you tell them
Mean what you say, and say what you mean, but don’t say it mean.
It’s important that people know that what you are saying is the truth. We don’t have to say everything we’re thinking, but what we do say should be accurate.
We need to be clear, direct and respectful of others when speaking, if we don’t want to appear to being mean. Aggressive people tend to be very honest but express this honesty in an inappropriate way Others come across as being judgmental.
Miscommunication is the root of most conflict. And the best way to show that you mean what you say is to do what you say you’re going to do. It’s very disappointing when we find out someone doesn’t mean what they say.
Trust comes from communicating the truth without deception, denial or exaggerations. Trust means what you say is what you do
If you don’t mean what you say, don’t say it.