When you think about good communicators, you might think about charismatic salespeople, eloquent writers or creative artists.
If you think that way, it’s hard to think you could become great at communication–you can’t copy a skill someone built over decades, right?
But the most important listening skill is available to you right now. It’s something you can do every second of every conversation.
If you listen well, you pay more attention to the people around you and treat them with more kindness, respect and awareness.
And when you treat people well, your relationships improve. You could even advance your career because you understand your colleagues more.
Want to find out how listening can transform your life? Listen now!
Show highlights include:
- Why one of the world’s foremost business experts considers listening the most important communication skill. (1:50)
- How technology is sabotaging your ability to pay attention, listen and concentrate (and how to reverse its harmful impact) (2:55)
- The “Talking is King” mistake that makes you talk too much and listen too little. (5:22)
- The toxic communication habit that makes us pay less attention to others (even if you’re listening to every word) (7:37)
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