Using Communication Styles That Entertain, Inform, Convince and Persuade Effectively

Effective communications are essential for building both personal and professional relationships with others. First impressions count so it is important to choose words that others can relate to quickly. Every industry and function has its jargon. For example, talking to bankers about interest rate sensitivity, to product developers about time-to-market, and to manufacturing enterprises about…

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Ten Impediments to Effective Communication

There are countless reasons why high-quality, effective communication can be difficult. We are all individuals, with different ways of viewing the world, different biases and objectives and vulnerabilities. We so often judge what we see and hear based upon our own experiences and predispositions. We should remember, however, that effective communication begins with mutual respect,…

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Basic Components of Cellular Systems

1. Introduction There are various cellular systems in the world, such as the GSM and CDMA. The design of these cellular systems are complicated but the architecture of most cellular systems can be broken down into six basic components. In this article, I will illustrate the six basic components that can be found in most…

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How to Track a Cell Phone?

Have you ever wondered how to track a cell phone? Perhaps you worry that someone may be tracking your mobile. With the advancements and large strides in cellular technology, we already know we are being tracked. Obviously a mobile phone company knows exactly where you are at all times. Well, at least they know where…

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The Telephone – A Brief History

During the 1870’s, two well known inventors both independently designed devices that could transmit sound along electrical cables. Those inventors were Alexander Graham Bell and Elisha Gray. Both devices were registered at the patent office within hours of each other. There followed a bitter legal battle over the invention of the telephone, which Bell subsequently…

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A Short Introduction to iPhone

IPhone is a Smartphone designed and marketed by Apple Inc. The first generation of iPhone was unveiled on January 9, 2007 by Apple president Steve Jobs, although official sales started on June 29, 2007. The first generation of iPhone was 2G but later it upgraded to 3G from the 2nd and onward versions. All the…

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The Human Body Maintenance System

The human body consists of organs and organ systems which work together to maintain both internal and external conditions of the body. The importance of the human body’s maintenance system is indeed very high. Individuals can easily get sick due to the imbalances of the internal conditions and different fluctuations that can occur anytime due…

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Purpose of Shaft Grounding Systems in Marine Engineering

Purpose of Shaft Grounding Systems in Marine Engineering It’s Science 101: Electricity and water don’t mix. That maxim is no clearer than in marine engineering, where seawater mixed with the electrical systems of a propeller can cause corrosion, loss of efficiency and system failure. To completely protect a ship it’s important to electrically ground the…

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4 Types of Lubrication Systems

Lubrication systems are designed to lubricate various parts of industrial machinery or equipment to minimize issues with wear or friction that can shorten the usable life of the hardware. The oil or grease used to lubricate the machinery can run on a timer to make sure the parts are kept running smooth at all times….

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3 Principles For Improving Human Relations

Relationships among employees, supervisors, and co-workers can be improved immediately. By following three simple principals in your dealings with others, you can put more quality into your-and employee's work life. Three basic principles that can be followed to enhance relationships among employees, co-workers, and supervisors are: Be quick to listen, slow to speak, and even…

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