Lesson #5 It Is Better To Be Interested than Intresting - Deepstash

Lesson #5 It Is Better To Be Interested than Intresting

It is a well-known fact that people like ones who listen more than they like the ones who talk a lot about themselves.

Listen in a way to understand not to reply


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