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5 Tips To Help

First and most importantly, understand the task. Understanding the task will not come to you if you struggle with listening. Here’s a simple test for you: after you listen to an instruction, ask yourself what the core of the instruction was and see if you are able to remember, if you aren’t, you probably didn’t understand a word of what was said.

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I help businesses and brands tell their story through content writing and copywriting.

I learned the hard way to listen rather than write.

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