Preeti is an independent consultant and communications coach, based in New Delhi, India. She is also a Guillain Barre Syndrome (GBS) survivor, a rare autoimmune disorder affecting one in 100,000 across the globe. She talks about here experiences on her podcast "The Truth About Nobody", and also shares effective communication tips and tricks on "The Good Comms Podcast with Preeti Singh".
Riddle me this.  Do you use can where  you feel you could? And use will where you’d do better with would? Let’s also talk about shall, don’t you think we should? Can and could. Will and would. Shall and should. Do these three pairs confuse you too?
In this week's episode, I start with an apology and talk about a simple, two-letter word. NO. NO…and the immense punch that it packs. Such a little word. Carrying so much power and import. And so difficult to say sometimes. Saying "no" is definitely an art. One that many of us may take a lifetime to master. But one that every effective communicator must learn to practice at least. It requires preparation, tact, logic, some cost-benefit analysis, dollops of diplomacy, soft skills -- and an emotional intelligence, combined with rational thought that every good communicator needs to master. Sounds scary? Well, it’s not. Listen on to find out more!
To listen actively is, quite simply, being in the moment. It involves a few steps or, stages that add up to a key ingredient of good communication. In fact, being a good listener is the very first step toward being an effective communicator.  If you live in an echo chamber of our own ideas, opinions and dreams, you forget to interact actively with the environment, influences and – quite often – excellent advice – around you. You also miss out on what others may really think about you! Drop me a line at preeti193@gmail.com , follow me on Instagram or Twitter or connect with me on LinkedIn
THIS EPISODE IS DEDICATED TO PRIDE MONTH 2020. Love is often brutal, unexpected and searingly indifferent to the chains that seek to bind it. May it forever roam free. And back to this season on dating online, I guess it’s not the dating apps’ fault when you have everyone looking for something often quite elusive out there – some for something specific, others for anything at all to break the monotony of their lives.  I’m no different. Especially in this lockdown, this unnatural state of limbo we've been forced into. This podcast season was born out curiosity - my own, and that of my friends’ later on - to understand what the dating scene in India had become while we were all busy building marriages, adjusting their careers and/ or bringing up children.  K2d4w2g7MmxPNskIPKZg --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/ps193/message
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Creator Details

Birthdate
Dec 3rd, 1974
Location
New Delhi, Delhi, India
Episode Count
20
Podcast Count
3
Total Airtime
2 hours, 6 minutes
PCID
Podchaser Creator ID logo 767222