Tag Archives: listening

communicating

5 Benefits of Speaking Less and Listening More

If you find the opportunity to raise an issue with someone in the future, pay attention to the way in which you speak. Are you listening to what the other person has to say?

Try speaking less and listening more. It has its benefits. r

how to listen

How Much Should You Ignore or Listen to Others?

The greatest across various fields achieved the most when they preferred their inner voice over others’ opinions, when they trod their own path rather than following footprints of others. It was this mindset that gave them strength. When you stay persistent, your skill improves automatically. r

Art of listening

The Art of Listening

This is what I intend to cover briefly today — listening. It seems most are talking, some are hearing but only very few are listening. Listening is an art. It is easy to listen to the subject matter when you are interested in the topic. But sometimes, for example, at work, it can be a great deal more important to listen attentively even when you are not interested in the subject matter. Your performance, your decisions, your job may well depend on it. r

Speak Softly

Day 38: How To Get Anyone To Listen To Everything You Say

When your voice erupts in a detonation of decibels, you’ve lost control. The person on the receiving end of your ill temper (and manners) must either match your fury with their own fire or quench it with a cold shoulder. r

Be a Good Listener

Day 77:Are These 5 Common Mistakes Keeping You From Being A Good Listener?

Listening is the most important part of a true connection in conversation. When we listen, we gain knowledge and understanding about people and circumstances. Everyone wants to feel heard, but most times people prefer to talk rather than listen. r