18 Ways to Think
Before You Speak
Being the first to speak up has its benefits. You are seen as able to “think on your
feet.” Or, you might be praised for your quick wit. But… can you also relate to the time
when you blurted out something you wish you could take back? And, if you hold a
leadership role, it’s especially important to hold up on speaking first so that others can
Download our “THINK” tip sheet to help you process your thoughts before you speak so that you talk less and listen more. It’s counterintuitive: when you zip your lips people will see you as more intelligent and willing to listen. And that’s a “people equation” skill that will add up to increased career success.