Many animals know how to communicate: Honeybees use their waggle dance to communicate the direction of a food source and Vervet monkeys have different call for each type of predator.
Communicating through language was a critical development in human evolution and led to the growth of our larger brains to support our ability to think using language. Humans are social animals, so the quality of communication at work and in our personal lives is fundamental to our wellbeing, as well as those around us.
We can continually improve the quality of our communication throughout our lives. Bringing mindful awareness to how we communicate helps us learn faster. It also gives us the wisdom, space and freedom to be much more skilful in how we communicate.
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