We see, feel and experience communication.
Our perception of the communication is unique for each of us.
Take a look at the image for this post. What you might see are representations of 7 individuals. Each are looking at the same object. Yet, each one “sees” the object very differently.
What to do about it? Be aware of this reality. Then ask questions. Learn how someone else is seeing, hearing, and interpreting your message. Share more about your intended communication. Each of you will be exposed to a new perspective.
Your awareness of the impact of perception opens the window to see and appreciate another view.