When using accent, use this communication skill when you want a person to understand something you say for insistence, when saying, “I missed you!” You want the person to really know that you’ve missed them. When using compliments, do this when you are telling a funny story or frown when telling a sad story. This helps you distinguish the proper facial expressions with the conversation. When contradicting a message, make sure the person receiving the message understands what you truly men. For instance when you are telling a lie, cross your fingers to indicate so. When using control, use hand movements when you want to talk or interrupt. When repeating information, make sure that the person understands by asking, “Is this okay?” Instead of using verbal messages to answer a question, you could simply shake your head to disagree or nod to show you agree. Using these skills will help you when you are trying to make friends. They will receive a better judge of character and a better first impression.
In conclusion, it’s hard to control a person’s facial expressions when having a verbal conversation. The key to sustaining conversations is using the skills mentioned above. Knowing when to use them and how to use these skills will show people that you’re a friendly person as well as a trustable person. Also, make sure when you are speaking to someone, focus not only on what they are saying but also on your nonverbal messages. Keep your facial expressions as well as body language on the same page. Nonverbal messages are just as important as verbal messages when it comes to communicating with