There are different types of people in Dota. There are those who speak well and express their thoughts correctly. And for players, who don't talk much, you have to help them by explaining some basics of Dota. Nevertheless, dozens of experienced Esportsmen, as well as beginners still ignore the necessity of communication in ranked public, even commands, tips, signals, or “game sense” of wise game nerds. That’s why they lose 30 MMR points and accuse everybody except themselves.
To my mind, team coordination is much more necessary than your skill in the present-day meta, even if you are the best solo core player. Below Cyber-sport.io will debate why. Let’s get down to business!
Generally, if someone comes up with an idea and you reject it, there must be a clarify reason for it. This is how it works in Dota, and from my point of view, it works wherever there are experts in their field or people who like fish to water in their job. They ask you about something, and you should not suppose about how they can be wrong or how you are better.
You had better come to this type of logic: “He is completely right. How can I become so smart? How can I make my dream come true? How can I see the world through his eyes?”. We all had teammates who just wanted to defend their position. However, we must understand that they may lose control of their emotions. Crazy monkey brain or something, likewise.
Sharp and insolent statements are not always the best way to avoid “bad” game situations and obstacles. It’s recommended to respect the opinions of others and let them express their own opinions. If you disagree with your teammate, don't tell him harshly, but try to use smoother statements or funny chat commands. Here are some examples: "I could be wrong, but..." "Yes, that's good, but..." "The best choice would be … because". Simple courtesy will cause your ally to be as frank and honest as you are, and he is more likely to admit his mistake.
Honestly, I think people shine and become star players when they say, “Let’s do it! I don't care how good I am. This guy knows what he's doing, and I have to follow him". That's how you inspire someone. And it's harder to do it than you can even imagine.
Sometimes there may be conflict or misunderstanding between you and your ally. Still, you should always try to maintain a friendly tone because your conversationalist will be much more pleasant to communicate with someone who does not scream or speak insolently. Only in this way, you will find a familiar spot.
Apply your own mistakes
If you make a fault and realize that you are wrong, feel free to report your wrong as soon as possible! It's much easier to admit that “fast” Battle Fury was a terrible choice in this match than to listen to your teammate's screams in voice chat. With this technique, you can easily disarm your allies, and they will have nothing to say.
All the tips above are interconnected, but you need to understand that you can’t change your mates or achieve any positive result if you carry on with your rude attitude. Start yourself!
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