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The Art of Active Listening:

The Art of Active Listening:

Most people listen to respond, not to understand. Become a master listener by truly focusing on what the other person is saying, both verbally and nonverbally. Ask clarifying questions, maintain eye contact, and avoid interrupting. This not only fosters trust and connection but also allows you to pick up on subtle nuances in their speech and body language, offering valuable insights into their thoughts and emotions.


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Have you ever wished you could peek into someone's mind and know exactly what they're thinking?If so, stick around because I'm about to share five simple tricks that will make you feel like a mind reader! Are you intrigued? Let's dive in!

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Elements of Active Listening

Elements of Active Listening

  • Subtly nod, respond non-verbally and maintain eye contact while listening.
  • Paraphrasing what the person is saying is tricky as it can lead to misjudgment.
  • Encourage the person to speak more, elaborating on what is meant. 


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