A psychologist says that we remember more when we handwrite because the brain has time to absorb the meaning. Business professionals and students are increasingly using laptops to take notes in meetings and classes, because it’s faster and because everyone is accustomed to typing. Some studies in the past showed that in the context of… Read more »
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Using text messaging as a communication tool in hiring might be practical, but remember that writing leaves an impression.
“Constantly processing snippets of text and video might be changing our ability to think deeply,” Maryanne Wolf, an expert in language processing, says. As people spend more time writing in snippets – Facebook posts, text messages, and clipped email — Wolf … “My major worry is that, confronted with a digital glut of immediate information that… Read more »
Being a good communicator is not just about speaking and writing; you also need to be an attentive listener. We assume we must have the ability to listen. After all, we have been listening to people since we were born, or at least, we think so. It’s more likely that we were hearing but not necessarily… Read more »