Best 43 of Communications quotes - MyQuotes

By Anonym 18 Sep

Mark A. Rayner

That’s the thing about the collapse of civilization, Blake. It never happens according to plan – there’s no slavering horde of zombies. No actinic flash of thermonuclear war. No Earth-shuddering asteroid. The end comes in unforeseen ways; the stock market collapses, and then the banks, and then there is no food in the supermarkets, or the communications system goes down completely and inevitably, and previously amiable co-workers find themselves wrestling over the last remaining cookie that someone brought in before all the madness began.

By Anonym 20 Sep

Steve Woodruff

What we offer needs to be a clear and obvious fit for our customers. We need to help others envision exactly what they're buying - in concrete terms.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Marian Deegan

Distraction leaches the authenticity out of our communications. When we are not emotionally present, we are gliding over the surface of our interactions and we never tangle in the depths where the nuances of our skills are tested and refined. A medical professor describes the easy familiarity with which her digital-native resident students master medical electronic records—but is troubled by the fact that they enter data with their eyes focused on their digital devices, not on the patient in the room with them. Preoccupation with technology acts as a screen between the student and the patient’s real emotion, real fear, and real concern. It may also prevent these residents from noticing physical symptoms that the patient fails to mention. The easy busyness of medical record entry is a way to sidestep the more challenging dynamics of human connection. But experienced physicians know that interpersonal skills are essential to mastering the art and science of medical diagnosis.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Israelmore Ayivor

However, create a limit for your communications and interactions with the opposite sex and respect that limit, else you tear away your delicate moral fabrics.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Steve Woodruff

If you're going to err, err on the side of simplicity...assume that you have a very brief time to make an impression, and that you'll be allocated a tiny amount of memory space in overloaded and preoccupied brains of your audience.

By Anonym 20 Sep

Francis A. Schaeffer

Yet the possibility of information storage, beyond what men and governments ever had before, can make available at the touch of a button a man's total history (including remarks put on his record by his kindergarten teacher about his ability and character). And with the computer must be placed the modern scientific technical capability which exists for wholesale monitoring of telephone, cable, Telex and microwave transmissions which carry much of today's spoken and written communications. The combined use of the technical capability of listening in on all these forms of communications with the high-speed computer literally leaves no place to hide and little room for privacy.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Steve Woodruff

A memory dart is your shorthand verbal business card. It is your identity implanted directly into the memory of your listener.

By Anonym 18 Sep

Steve Woodruff

The buyer is always tuned in to one radio station: WIIFM (What's In It For Me). The rest is filtered out as noise.

By Anonym 20 Sep

Christina Engela

What the hell was that?” he asked no-one in particular. “Did they ram us?” “Uh – negative, sir.” Marnetti offered, reading an instrumental assessment from his display, “It seems we were hit by some kind of pulse wave generated by their jump.” “Their jump? – You mean by arriving they nearly killed us?” Marnetti nodded, continuing, “Range 0.5 kilometers, Captain. Holding steady. No recognized weapons activity.” “Damage report.” He ordered, feeling his way back into his seat, eyes glued to the viewscreen. “Shield 2 down, 1 is buckling.” Pluddeman choked. “Power stable, all systems holding steady,” Marnetti added, now rubbing some bruises. “Any communications?” “Nothing, sir. Static on all frequencies.” “What are they doing?” “Nothing, sir. Waiting maybe.” “Waiting, my ass!” Dayne barked. “They must be sizing us up!

By Anonym 19 Sep

Steve Woodruff

There's plenty of money in any niche where you're scratching a genuine business niche.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Steve Woodruff

Clarity is that 20/20 focus that cuts through the fog and lets you stand our from the noise. Clarity fuels effective marketing and selling.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Saul Bellow

I should have written you a letter, it was too late to make the deaths of my brothers an excuse. Since they died, I wrote a book; why not a letter? A mysterious but truthful answer is that while I can gear myself up to do a novel, letters, real-life communications, are too much for me. I used to rattle them off easily enough; why is the challenge of writing to friends and acquaintances too much for me now? Because I have become such a solitary, and not in the Aristotelian sense: not a beast, not a god. Rather, a loner troubled by longings, incapable of finding a suitable language and despairing at the impossibility of composing messages in a playable key--as if I no longer understood the codes used by the estimable people who wanted to hear from me and would have so much to reply if only the impediments were taken away.

By Anonym 20 Sep

Jozef Simkovic

With spiritual communications, you must be free of any expectations, you must be completely open minded and polite and grateful. Then, the possibilities for learning and growth are boundless and the downloads of information will flow smoothly - by Jozef.

By Anonym 20 Sep

Steve Woodruff

Your network is the new professional safety net.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Osamu Dazai

I have never been able to meet anyone without an accompaniment of painful smiles, the buffoonery of defeat.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Steve Woodruff

If you've earned the trust of people I already trust, their referral of you to me is worth more than any other form of marketing.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Steve Woodruff

Clarity is an act of courage to say "yes" to the best business - and therefore to decisively say "no" to work that isn't a good fit.

By Anonym 17 Sep

Steve Woodruff

Noise is the primary hurdle we must overcome. We're always one click away from being ignored.

By Anonym 17 Sep

Pamela Cummins

Neither sex is wrong in their communication; both sexes need to learn how to understand each other.

By Anonym 18 Sep

Rasheed Ogunlaru

The internet and online communication is the window into your world - but real life, in person communication / connection is the door.

By Anonym 18 Sep

Steve Woodruff

Stories connect us at a human level that factual statements and logical arguments can't possibly match.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Lailah Gifty Akita

I love and enjoy writing. Writing is a form of daily communication. It a communication to higher divine power.

By Anonym 20 Sep

Steve Woodruff

You need to have a differentiating message. If you are new, different, and proposing to solve a real pain or fulfill a cherished hope, you have a chance to be heard.

By Anonym 19 Sep

Steve Woodruff

We live in an interconnected world of exploding information density where a million things are clamoring for our attention all the time

By Anonym 20 Sep

Steve Woodruff

Your audience is waiting for your stories. They have memory slots tailor-made to light up and remember you.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Turcois Ominek

Don’t assume your partner knows about everything you expect in a relationship. Let them know. A relationship should be based on communication, not on assumptions.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Israelmore Ayivor

Be a good listener. With rapt attention, let every communication or conversation you have with your mentor, friends or even strangers be well understood.

By Anonym 19 Sep

Steve Woodruff

Whatever size the business, getting attention in a crowded marketplace demands, above all, a clear and focused message: a signal that rises above the noise.

By Anonym 19 Sep

Steve Woodruff

To win, you have to be clear about your superpower, and you make that differentiation clear to your customers. Otherwise, you remain part of the noise.

By Anonym 19 Sep

Mark Gevisser

There is one key area in which Zuma has made no attempt at reconciliation whatsoever: criminal justice and security. The ministers of justice, defence, intelligence (now called 'state security' in a throwback to both apartheid and the ANC's old Stalinist past), police and communications are all die-hard Zuma loyalists. Whatever their line functions, they will also play the role they have played so ably to date: keeping Zuma out of court—and making sure the state serves Zuma as it once did Mbeki.

By Anonym 20 Sep

Steve Woodruff

You don't fly to another country and expect the residents to speak your language. You have to communicate with speech they understand. Winning business involves speaking human, not spewing jargon.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Germany Kent

If we all work together there is no telling how we can change the world through the impact of promoting positivity online.

By Anonym 16 Sep

George Orwell

Don't you see that the whole aim of newspeak is to narrow the range of thought?

By Anonym 19 Sep

Steve Woodruff

There are ten thousand opportunities on the horizon. The pie keeps growing and, in a rapidly evolving marketplace, white spaces and blue oceans will continue to surround us.

By Anonym 20 Sep

Germany Kent

When it comes to public relations, perception is reality. The reality is, the size, scope and strengths of the campaign must be directed towards a specific target audience in order for it to be effectively executed.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Germany Kent

If you start with a smart strategy, and clear vision, you will be able to achieve superior results to reach the right audiences, through the right channels at the right time.

By Anonym 17 Sep

Steve Woodruff

Nobody cares about you, your brand, or your company. You're irrelevant...until proven otherwise.

By Anonym 18 Sep

T. Gilling

The cost of electrons and photons is getting cheaper all the time!

By Anonym 17 Sep

Steve Woodruff

Not all business is good business, and not every customer is a good customer.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Timothy Wu

Here we introduce the nation's first great communications monopolist, whose reign provides history's first lesson in the power and peril of concentrated control over the flow of information. Western Union's man was one Rutherford B. Hates, an obscure Ohio politician described by a contemporary journalist as "a third rate nonentity." But the firm and its partner newswire, the Associated Press, wanted Hayes in office, for several reasons. Hayes was a close friend of William Henry Smith, a former politician who was now the key political operator at the Associated Press. More generally, since the Civil War, the Republican Party and the telegraph industry had enjoyed a special relationship, in part because much of what were eventually Western Union's lines were built by the Union Army. So making Hayes president was the goal, but how was the telegram in Reid's hand key to achieving it? The media and communications industries are regularly accused of trying to influence politics, but what went on in the 1870s was of a wholly different order from anything we could imagine today. At the time, Western Union was the exclusive owner of the nationwide telegraph network, and the sizable Associated Press was the unique source for "instant" national or European news. (It's later competitor, the United Press, which would be founded on the U.S. Post Office's new telegraph lines, did not yet exist.) The Associated Press took advantage of its economies of scale to produce millions of lines of copy a year and, apart from local news, its product was the mainstay of many American newspapers. With the common law notion of "common carriage" deemed inapplicable, and the latter day concept of "net neutrality" not yet imagined, Western Union carried Associated Press reports exclusively. Working closely with the Republican Party and avowedly Republican papers like The New York Times (the ideal of an unbiased press would not be established for some time, and the minting of the Time's liberal bona fides would take longer still), they did what they could to throw the election to Hayes. It was easy: the AP ran story after story about what an honest man Hayes was, what a good governor he had been, or just whatever he happened to be doing that day. It omitted any scandals related to Hayes, and it declined to run positive stories about his rivals (James Blaine in the primary, Samuel Tilden in the general). But beyond routine favoritism, late that Election Day Western Union offered the Hayes campaign a secret weapon that would come to light only much later. Hayes, far from being the front-runner, had gained the Republican nomination only on the seventh ballot. But as the polls closed his persistence appeared a waste of time, for Tilden, the Democrat, held a clear advantage in the popular vote (by a margin of over 250,000) and seemed headed for victory according to most early returns; by some accounts Hayes privately conceded defeat. But late that night, Reid, the New York Times editor, alerted the Republican Party that the Democrats, despite extensive intimidation of Republican supporters, remained unsure of their victory in the South. The GOP sent some telegrams of its own to the Republican governors in the South with special instructions for manipulating state electoral commissions. As a result the Hayes campaign abruptly claimed victory, resulting in an electoral dispute that would make Bush v. Gore seem a garden party. After a few brutal months, the Democrats relented, allowing Hayes the presidency — in exchange, most historians believe, for the removal of federal troops from the South, effectively ending Reconstruction. The full history of the 1876 election is complex, and the power of th

By Anonym 19 Sep

Faheemah Isaacs

We always expect to experience things on an intimate level. We want to feel intimately, we want to love intimately, we want to breathe intimately. We invest ourselves in moments that reminds us of intimate connections and then we suffer because we are not experiencing it for ourselves. We yearn, we dream, we desire not realizing that love can be friendship too.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Marian Deegan

Distraction leaches the authenticity out of our communications. When we are not emotionally present, we are gliding over the surface of our interactions and we never tangle in the depths where the nuances of our skills are tested and refined.

By Anonym 19 Sep

Steve Woodruff

Trend currents (as opposed to current trends) are big-picture, unstoppable, inexorable forces that are shaping the world we live in.