Captain Communicator

Captain Communicator by Blaise Hunter is an insightful book that will help readers develop communication skills.  Blaise discusses topics such as how can we communicate better as people, and transcended the variety of barriers between us. She breaks the topic down by discussing communication with the different types of people we regularly interact with such as our parents, partners, friends, and co-workers. The author discusses more than just communication and looks at the connection between trauma, healthy relationships, boundaries and more. She uses these topics to broaden the discussion around communication and shows the links between them.

The author helps the reader critically think about their ability to communicate. In order to help the reader, she gives an honest account of how she recognized her positive and negative communication traits and how she used her experiences as an opportunity to improve hers. 

Blaise allows the reader to connect with her by sharing her raw and unfiltered thoughts and emotions. There are sections where the author discusses her thoughts and feelings about her past traumas which read more like a diary. I felt as though I was having a conversation with a friend or a mentor. Blaise’s writing allows the reader to reflect upon themselves and their past experiences and see how to improve themselves.    

I was expecting a book that gives the reader a step-by-step account of how to communicate better, but this book has more of a storytelling element. This was a pleasant surprise and made for an interesting read rather than having facts and information thrown at you. If you are looking for a book that gives you a personal account of how one individual improved their communication skills, and learn a lot about their life along the way, then this enlightening book is definitely for you.   

Pages: 215 | ASIN: B0BKG2HNR2

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