Communicating Interculturally Takes More than Speaking English Well

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Rarely does anyone think of asking themselves two fundamental questions that I help each of my clients answer. First: “How do you communicate?” Second: “How do you need to change how you communicate when you use English as a second language within an intercultural business context?”

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Colonoscopies Explain Why U.S. Leads the World in Health Expenditures

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While the American medical system is famous for expensive drugs and heroic care at the end of life, a more significant factor in the nation’s annual health care bill may be the high price tag of ordinary services.

Belinda MJ.B‘s insight:

The cost of healthcare in the US is something you want to consider while moving and living in this country. Many options are available to foreigners to get a great coverage. Take the time get informed and to understand how the system works prior to have to deal with a medical situation.

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How Effective is Your Communication? by Keith Rosen

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Communication is an activity that occupies approximately 70% of our waking hours and also something we tend to struggle with on a regular basis.

Belinda MJ.B‘s insight:

It is common sense that we should listen to ourselves when we speak. Indedd, we tend to forget that what we say doesn’t matter. That’s actually how it is perceived by others that will remain the most important.

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