Communication can make or break any thing you want to accomplish in life. It maybe something as simple as how you say things that can hurt and inspire people. In my work as a crisis counselor, I have met multiple people that have not learned this skill. There are multiple ways of developing an understanding on how to communicate. However, to be a skill person in this area one must understand these different ways on how people communicate. Visual Learner: Visual learners would speak in a manner that is visual. These people would use words like “can you see what I am seeing, it looks like, it appears hazy, etc.” These are a few examples of what these people may say. The reason they say it because they are literally in their mind visualizing the situation. Auditory Learner: These people would use words that focus more on a hearing aspect. They would use words like “can you hear me? I am tuned in. It rings a bell, etc.” These people would use sound and listening as a way of understanding. Whenever these people speak, it best to reflect on those terms. Auditory learners usually do well in classes teachers are talking a lot, but do not show any visual cues. Kinesthetic Learner: Feelings, touch, and emotions are usually how these people learn. Using words like Can you feel me? can you relate with me, that’s touching!, etc. These people are good at hands on exercises and activities where you must use touch and actually do the task. Depending on the type of business you have, it is relevant to use as many of these communication styles as possible for customers or clients. It may seem easy, but it can be very challenging. The reason it maybe a challenge is because it takes a lot of listening to get good at it. Listening is very important for communication in general. When you listen then it will be much easier to understand the problem of the client. Reflective listening, summarizing, and paraphrasing as all tools for effective communication.