Humans Can Use Their Words

Humans can use their words if they want to. When a person does not feel well, sometimes they get grumpy and shrug their shoulders, and walk away.

Humans can speak out about anything. Yet they don’t always do this.

Humans could speak out about how they want more money, how they feel, what is bothering them, what their thoughts are, and many more things.

The problem is, humans have this capability and do not always use it. One is left to wonder ‘What the heck is going on with Jane? Cause Jane is not talking.

As long as we are more capable than cats and dogs in the speaking area, why don’t we speak up more, in a legitimate fashion?

Not to whine about what is outside themselves, i.e., politics, gossip, and so on but about who they are and why they are, and how they are feeling.

Household animals, cats, and dogs specifically, cannot speak using verbal hints, but people can. It’s about time they asked for what they want.


Joanne Victoria
Joanne Victoria
JOANNE VICTORIA is the author of 7 books including Lighting Your Path - How To Create the Life You Want and Vision With a Capital V - Create the Business of Your Dreams. Joanne lives in the Greater Seattle, WA area. After professions such as Real Estate Broker/Owner, CFO of an investment company, CFO and Sales & Marketing Director of a home-building company, owner of New Directions, a business development firm as well as Gemma & Bixley, a coaching and consulting company, Joanne was ready for her next adventure, helping Leaders & Entrepreneurs live the life they want. Joanne took her business and personal development expertise, added in several ounces of intuition and humor, along with studies in philosophy, Buddhism, and leadership, all to be the best-qualified Life Coach ever. Joanne Victoria is the host of the "The Sanity Project Podcast", and helps frustrated and almost burned out Leaders & Entrepreneurs discover their True Calling to unleash the power of their minds to make a greater impact on the world, benefit humanity, and be more successful

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    • Thank you, Eva Marie. It is sad that we must concern ourselves with repercussions in the workplace. The first time I spoke up, a long time ago, it was necessary to do so. After a review by the NLRB, I was asked to leave as I did not fit in. The timing was right and the opportunities exploded. Who knew?! We must think and act as freely as possible.

  1. Joanne, I absolutely agree with your short article and communication seems to be a key factor for many things people do and the outcome. I have often said that texting has no tone, but it sure can stimulate an assumed emotion if stated wrong. Phone calls are best and more enjoyable for clarity.

    • Many thanks, Lynn Forrester-Pitocco…I guess this is one of the reasons many younger people no longer know how to spell or write. All done by text with so sometimes questionable emoticons.’Call your Mother’ has new meaning today!

  2. Communication and conversation and all that it pertains to are the Number 1 path to longevity. Not weight, not religion, not popularity, not money..connection is and we are capable of using one of the earliest methods possible. It doesn’t have to be a long conversation, just not as brief as a text. Many thanks, Aldo for your take on my post.

  3. Some people have more difficulty socializing than others because they are constantly afraid of people’s judgment or may not be as interested in social interaction as their peers.
    Without a doubt, conversation is a skill that must be cultivated, because it brings us extraordinary benefits and helps us build a strong social support network. For example, some scholars say that the abuse of messages prevents new generations from developing the necessary social skills to face life with less stress and anxiety.
    However many emoticons we can use, it is much easier to stimulate a laugh with a call than with a text message. It is also easier to detect sarcasm or anger by listening to the voice. Therefore, we try to talk as much as possible avoiding text messages whenever we can.