On today’s episode of Mark’s Daily Discoveries, I tell you about how recording your conversations with other people can help you become a better communicator.

First of all, let the person know you are recording the conversation and why you are doing so. Don’t go around secretly recording or you will end up in big trouble.

Listen back on those conversations. Listen to what you say and how you say it. Do you lead your conversations? Do you ask good questions? Are you engaging? Be your own critic.

I noticed that when I recorded myself, I have a tendency to say words such as “like” and “you know,” because I couldn’t think of anything else to say. Even little habits like these, you need to try and cut out.

If you work in sales, giving a presentation or want to get your Elevator pitch perfect, it is all about practice. The more you practice, the more you will get better and better at becoming a good communicator.

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