Some write, others talk

Dealing with different communication and learning styles
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It can be easy to think that other people in your life learn and process things the same way you do.

For some, writing is a great way to figure things out. It’s a process that allows a person to get their thoughts on a page, see if they agree with them, and make changes until it reflects what they actually think.

For others, writing is an awful way to figure things out. They’re not really sure what they think until they can have a few conversations and debates until they understand what they think.

It doesn’t matter how you figure things out. It’s important you know which one best serves you. It will better serve others.

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