Listen Attentively to Understand, Not to Respond

Wisdom is the reward you get
for a lifetime of listening
when you’d have preferred to talk.

––Doug Larson

Note: Listening attentively can be a great time saver that enhances understanding, communication, and connection.
Question: What can you do to become a compassionate, patient, engaged listener and then, at other times, to appreciate and validate the attention when the roles are reversed?

Resource: Chapter 2 Page 7

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