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Let me finish: how to stop interrupting… and change the world

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Let Me Interrupt You

Research shows that even the best listeners of the world, professional listeners like teachers, therapists, counsellors, coaches, listen only for about 11 seconds at a time.

Humans expect and even crave for people who will not interrupt them, and listen to them attentively when th...

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Interruption Diminishes Us

Interruption is a destructive and violent act, and no matter what value the interrupter thinks that may be added by the very act of hedging one’s words in between, the speaker who is interrupted will never heal from the diminishing of his or her thoughts.

Constant inte...

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Interrupting humans were already doing a great job, but now the act is multifold, with the digital devices turning people into loud zombies who sometimes are impossible to talk to.

As if to add salt to a wound, we have, for the past decade or so, the ultimate distraction a...

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The root cause of Polarization is interruption, and this has to be cut down by a full determination to understand each other and promise to:

  1. Stop Interrupting others.
  2. Pay full attention to the other person.
  3. Stay interested in where the discussion wi...

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