Tuesday, October 22, 2013

“Is Discussing better than Speaking and Writing?” - Professor M.S.Rao

“Reduce your plan to writing. The moment you complete this, you will have definitely given concrete form to the intangible desire." - Napolean Hill, Motivational Writer

It is a fact that speaking is better than writing and discussing is much better than speaking to acquire knowledge and apply it effectively to reap rewards.  When you write you develop persistence. Research shows that those who write notes and diary and maintain journals take things forward aggressively. Such people are persistent by nature. Writing also enhances your memory levels apart from cultivating writing skills and becoming a writer and author. Emphasizing about the importance of writing, Lee Iacocca once remarked, “The discipline of writing something down is the first step toward making it happen.”

When you speak on a topic, you hear your own voice thus reinforcing what you have acquired and improving the knowledge you have on the topic. Teaching requires speaking and it is rightly said, “To teach is to learn twice.” Speaking develops clarity on the subject; leads to better thought process; improves your speaking skills and memory. Above all, speaking helps acquire competence in your area of interest quickly.

When you discuss with others you will be more alert to the ideas and insights of others. You acquire more knowledge and enhance your ideas. It is rightly said, “You have one apple and I have one apple. When we exchange, each one will still have one apple. Whereas when we exchange ideas each one will have two ideas.”  When you discuss with others your mind is alert and challenged resulting in acquiring more ideas and insights, developing clarity, improving communication, sharpening memory and acquiring more competence on the subject. Above all, you will be more confident. Therefore, discussion is better than speaking; and speaking is much better than writing to achieve success quickly and greatly. 

“Discussion is an exchange of knowledge; an argument an exchange of ignorance.” - Robert Quillen

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