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History of Communication Models
This lesson, “History of Communication Models,” provides the necessary background to help us develop Communication “Best Practices” for our 21st Century Hyper-Connected Digital World. (Updated Sept. 2023)
Ritual Model of Communication
The Ritual Model of Communication suggests we communicate, not just to pass information, but more importantly, as a way to maintain our communities. The Ritual Model of Communication suggests that connecting with others is “sometimes” more important than what we might connect about. Updated April 2, 2023
College Safety Check List
The Medical Emergency Checklist provides a simple list of things a parent and student need to do when a young learner goes off to a “Campus” environment.
Improve Communication Improve Your Life is a practical eGuide to help you achieve success by helping you learn the 21st Century Communication Skills needed to thrive in our Hyper-connected Digital world. Last Updated Nov. 21, 2021.
Natural Laws of Communication and Information provides the foundational knowledge needed to learn Communication Theory which will help you identify the specific skills you need to thrive. It goes into detail about the Physical Laws of Communication like Harmony and Resonance. And the Human laws like Selective Perception. It also descibes the Natural Laws of information and information processing like the Structure of Information, Noise, and barriers to getting good information.
Improve Decision Making by Improving Communication is a practical guide to help you achieve success by helping you learn to make better decisions. This interactive guide offers you the tools to answer the most important questions you should ask before, during, and after every decision.
Even in retirement, I’m continuing to learn.
I’m learning about Communication, still. I’m learning the Internet, still. I’m learning to find the spiritual connections that exist all around, still. And, I’m learning to find ways to improve how we understand each other, STILL.
I feel I’ve been fairly successful. And I’d like to teach the next generation the things I’ve learned so they can build on my successes.
And, by teaching the next generation the things I’ve learned, I might, as a result of teaching, learn how to be even more successful.
I’m constantly seeking new information so I can make the best decisions for me, my family, and my communities.
And I’m seeking that new information by trying new perspectives. Looking at things from new perspectives always provides new information.