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Aizuchi - Listen to Understand, Not to Respond

Aizuchi - Listen to Understand, Not to Respond

The technique requires the one who is listening to interject at frequent intervals with phrases like “Yes”, “I see”, and “I understand”. The point is to be an active listener rather than a passive one, letting the other person know you are paying attention to the conversation.

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