Good communication is not the same thing as others accepting your point of view. Regardless of how you express your performance, it is unrealistic to think that others will always agree with you. However, if you communicate well, others will understand you. When you send a message, you intend to convey meaning, but the message itself does not contain meaning. The meaning will be shaped by your own perception and the perception of the recipient. In order to understand each other, you and your recipient must have similar communication meanings. For example, gestures, intonations, and other symbols.
Overcome perception barriers
In the modern world, we are constantly being impacted and packaged by information. In different formats, such as sights, sounds, smells, etc. Our thoughts organize this emotional flow into a psychological map that represents our perception or reality. Perception can be defined as our individual interpretation of the world around us. In any case, a person's perception will not be the same as the world itself, just as no two maps are the same. As you observe the world, your thoughts will absorb your experience in a unique and personalized way. Because people have different ideas, they also have different opinions. For example, if you go to the restaurant, you may be impressed with the art and food in the restaurant.
Another person may be impressed by the good parking spaces in front of the restaurant, but this person may not like the food they supply. This is caused by a unique perception of the individual. Therefore, when two people experience the same event, such as eating at the same restaurant, their psychological image of the event is different. As a sender, we choose seemingly important details and focus on the most important and common issues. This process is called selective perception. As a receiver, we try to incorporate new details into our existing model. However, when we find that the details are not appropriate, we have a strange habit of distorting information rather than rearranging patterns. Overcoming perceived differences can be difficult. Therefore, it is important to predict how your information will be received by predicting the recipient's response. You must always avoid misunderstanding by constantly reshaping your information. Many people are accustomed to applying a single solution to each communication problem, and finding a specific solution to a specific problem is more effective. It is necessary to always build your message in a way that makes sense to the audience. Conversely, you must build your own way of thinking in such a way as to find something useful in every piece of information you receive.
Overcome information barriers
The information we receive is always filtered ' or the abbreviation results in a change to the original message. In business, there are many filters between you and your recipients; senior managers, assistants, receptionists, answering machines, etc. If you call someone who is protected by a janitor, it can take up to a week to talk over the phone. The biggest problem is what happens when your message finally reaches the recipient. It will be digested, distilled, and possibly deformed. The same happens to the messages sent to you, which will be translated by the same gatekeeper. You can also say this when playing the phone's childhood game. A person starts with a specific message. It wanders between people. Finally, the last receiver repeats what they hear. Almost 100% of the news is a mess. In order to overcome the filtering obstacles, try to establish multiple communication channels, try to eliminate the middleman, and reduce the distortion by compressing the information to the basic elements.
Overcoming language barriers
When you choose to develop a word for information, you signal to others that you are a member of a particular culture or subculture. The tone and wording you use hints at this. In a sense, each culture has its own code. If you know the code, then you are or have become part of the group. Due to the nature of the code [including your language and vocabulary], your message will encounter obstacles. For example, the language of the teacher is different from the language of the police. This difference in their vocabulary will certainly have a major impact on their ability to recognize and express ideas.
Obstacles also exist because words can be interpreted in different ways. As we all know, language uses words as symbols to represent reality. This means that the word book can automatically bind the physical content of the book. We might as well call a book a worm. Language is a random code that relies on shared definitions, but there is a limit to the way we can have the same meaning for a given word.
Words are not precise at the literal or extended level. Westerners usually agree with what a book is. However, your thoughts on a book are a combination of all the books you have read: novels, school textbooks, phone books, and self-help guides. People from another culture may have different book experiences: comics, religious guides, and cooking manuals. Although you may all agree with the general concept of the book, the exact image in your mind is different.
The difference in connotation or subjective level is much greater. Here, emotion plays an important role, because you may interpret a book based on your own feelings. You may have a very positive reading experience. The books you have read have really affected your life, improved your knowledge, and promoted your work in school. However, you may not like books because you never like to read long, boring texts that are specified by teachers you are not inspiring. To overcome language barriers, describe things thoroughly. The more specific and accurate your description, the greater the chance that the recipient will interpret your information the way you want. The accuracy of the message is improved by using the description rather than by presenting the language in which the event and the environment are evaluated. When you have to speak in public, always try to choose words that your audience will understand.
Overcome hearing impairment
Most of us don’t listen well! Perhaps the most common reception barrier is the lack of attention to the receiver section. Even if we try to focus on the message sender's words, we will make our thoughts occasionally embarrassing. In essence, people may leave when people are forced to listen to incomprehensible information or information that has little direct impact on their lives. An effective way to overcome hearing impairment is to explain what you hear and understand. Trying to stand on the shoes of other speakers is very helpful. This impulse to all of us is also important: draw conclusions. Try to clarify by listening, without interrupting the other party and asking for a non-threat problem. Once you've done all of this, you'll learn what the receiver is going to let you hear. The knowledge you can get is unlimited.
Overcoming emotional disorders
Each message contains two meanings:  the subject of the message itself; and  a relational meaning that determines the most important reason for the interaction between the sender and the receiver. When the receiver reacts negatively to any of these meanings, communication may be interrupted. You may have to deal with people in an emotional period. They may feel uneasy or you may feel uneasy. Angry people tend to distort or even ignore each other's words. Angry people often cannot express their feelings and thoughts in an effective way. This is not to say that you should avoid all communication when you are emotional, but you should be aware that the possibility of misunderstanding is along with the emotions that are caused. In order to overcome the emotional barriers in communication, it is important to monitor your feelings and the feelings of others. Always try to control your negative emotions or anger. The most important thing is to recognize the possibility of misunderstanding, which is usually accompanied by emotional information.
Overcoming background obstacles
Everyone grows up in a different environment. With the influence of parents and childhood, people have different views on things according to age, education, gender, social status, economic status, cultural background, temperament, health, beauty, popularity, religion, and political beliefs. People can be greatly influenced by past emotions.
All of these things can separate one person from another and make communication difficult. Background differences are the most difficult communication barriers to overcome. To overcome obstacles associated with different backgrounds, avoid casting your own background or culture onto others. Clarify your background and understand the background of others. Consider their education, experience, personality, and ideas, and don't think that certain behaviors mean the same thing for everyone.