5 Effective Ways to Improve Your Communication


Alright, buckle up, because we’re taking this to the next level. If you wanna know in which way to improve your communication like a true Sigma, you’ve come to the right place. Get ready to grab life by the balls and show the world what you’re made of.

First things first, let’s talk about the power of language. Words are the ultimate weapon, my friend. They can inspire, they can persuade, they can change the world.

Communication is a vital part of our daily lives. We communicate with others at home, at work, and everywhere in between. If you wanna step higher in the hierarchy or just get along with your mates, you need to know how to communicate.

Whether it’s through talking, writing, or body language, we are constantly sending and receiving messages.

It’s a crucial skill, if you get better at it, you will make every aspect of your life better.

So why settle for mediocrity?

Let’s elevate your speech to new heights and improve your communication.

"the pen is mightier than the sword"

1. Become more Articulate to Communicate

Have you ever heard someone speak and been mesmerized by the way they articulate their words? Speaking eloquently is a skill that can be learned with practice and patience.

To articulate your thoughts, you gotta know your shit. Do your research, read books, learn new words. Knowledge is power, and the more you know, the more confident you’ll be when you open your mouth. Don’t be afraid to challenge yourself and expand your horizons.

As Jordan Peterson said: “You want to know 10 times as much, as you are saying in the lecture”.

One of the key elements of speaking eloquently is having a strong command of language. This doesn’t necessarily mean having a large vocabulary or using complex words for the sake of it, but rather being able to express oneself clearly and concisely. Don’t use big words just to impress. Say what you mean, mean what you say.

But here’s the kicker – to truly speak eloquently, you gotta be authentic. You gotta speak from the heart, not from a script. Don’t try to be someone you’re not. Embrace your quirks, your flaws, and your unique perspective. That’s what sets you apart from the pack.

You can take notes, but it will be an okay talk. Not an amazing talk.

If you can speak freely with your thoughts – this is where the magic happens and the sparkle in the eyes of your audience will begin.

Get comfortable with silence – In the age of social media and instant gratification, we’ve forgotten the power of silence. But trust me, my friend, silence is a powerful tool when it comes to speaking eloquently. Take a moment to collect your thoughts and breathe before speaking. This will give you the time you need to formulate your ideas and speak with more clarity and confidence.

2. Deliver Your Words Effectively to Communicate

But it’s not just about what you say, it’s how you say it. Delivery is everything.

  • Speak with conviction, with passion, with fire in your belly. Make eye contact, use hand gestures, own the room.

People will be drawn to your charisma like moths to a flame.

Just like a fighter needs to train to become a champion, you need to practice your delivery if you want to become a master of eloquence.

  • Practice your intonation, pace, and volume to create a powerful and memorable speech.

And don’t forget about the art of storytelling. We humans are wired to connect with stories. So weave your words into a narrative that captures the imagination.

  • Paint a picture with your words, evoke emotions, and transport your listeners to another world. Make them feel something.

And to make them feel something, you need to handle them as individuals.

  • Don’t deliver a talk to a group.

That’s something I did take advantage of in my carrier. Everybody thinks you need to look behind your crowd and aim for a point. That’s false. Take them one at a time and you will push your charisma. You’re also much more accustomed to speaking to one individual, so it’s getting much easier.

3. Listen to Your Audience or Your Partners


Listening actively is a key component of effective communication. Listen not just to the words being spoken, but also to the speaker’s tone, inflection, and body language. The person speaking to you should be the most important thing, at that moment.

Especially in a private conversation, we often listen just enough to think we got it, and then we start to think about it and already prepare an answer.

But your partner is not even finished talking and you can’t wait to spit out your amazing thoughts on the subject – that you do not even understand. That’s false, just don’t.

We can learn from every person we meet. Having this in your mind will help you understand the message better and respond appropriately for better communication.

You also can tell if they’re engaged, sleeping right away, or turning their heads to the exit(us). This is the feedback you need. This is your way to gather information and adjust your talk to their behavior.

4. Read and Write more to Communicate Well

It’s about crafting those words, shaping them into something that flows like poetry. And you know how you do that? By reading and writing, my friend.

See, when you read, you’re not just consuming words on a page.

  • You’re absorbing language, soaking it up like a sponge.

  • You’re seeing how sentences are constructed.

  • You’re understanding how words fit together like puzzle pieces.

And when you write, you’re practicing putting those puzzle pieces together yourself. You’re honing your craft, flexing those linguistic muscles.

But it’s not just about technique, ya dig? It’s about the ideas too. The more you read, the more you expose yourself to new perspectives, new ways of thinking.

  • You start to see the world through different lenses, and that’s gonna come through in your speech.

  • You’ll have a broader vocabulary, more nuanced phrasing.

  • You’ll be able to convey your thoughts and feelings with greater precision and clarity.

And let’s not forget about the confidence factor. When you read and write, you’re building up your sense of self. You’re developing your voice, your style.

And that’s gonna make you feel more comfortable in your own skin, more at ease expressing yourself. You’ll be able to walk into any room and own it with your words.

So yeah, if you wanna speak eloquently, start hitting the books. Read everything you can get your hands on, from Shakespeare to Stephen King. Write every day, even if it’s just a sentence or two. Practice, practice, practice for your goal. And before you know it, you’ll be spitting verbal gold.

5. Practicing to Improve your Communication

Now, I know what you’re thinking – this all sounds great, but how do I get started? Well, my friend, it all comes down to practice. Start small, with conversations in everyday life. Then work your way up to

  • public speaking, presentations, speeches

  • join a debate club

  • take an improv class

  • and do whatever it takes to hone your skills.

So there you have it, folks. Sigma Instinct’s guide to improve your communication. Incorporate these tips into your daily routine and you’ll be speaking like a boss in no time.

Remember, eloquence isn’t just about speaking fancy words or sounding smart. It’s about connecting with your audience, inspiring them, and moving them to action.

Now go out there and make some noise!


If you landed down here, congratz! You are a step further to improve your communication. Yeah, I could write much more about: “How to improve your communication.”

About different techniques, charisma types, power of suggestion, key phrases, slogans, and going more in-depth with body language.

Some might say those skill sets are manipulative and unethical. But I say, if you wanna make an omelet, you gotta break some eggs.

I’ll expand this post every so often and will give you more content for better communication. But for now, this is the basic information you need to improve your communication.

“Friend let this be enough. If thou wouldst go on reading. Go thyself and become the writing and the meaning”

6. Must Haves for Better Communication

I want to give you some tools at hand to improve your communication and become more articulate, use them if you want to.

Content About By Price
Writing Guide
J. B. Peterson
Corrector App
Grammarly helps you write mistake-free
Grammarly, Inc
Free / Plans
Sigma Instinct
Brian Tracy / Jim Rohn
Blinkist offers summaries of great books
Blinks Labs GmbH
Hear what you want, when you want
Audible, Inc. (Amazon)
How Highly Effective People Speak
Peter D. Andrei
9.99$ (E-Book)

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