Talk Less, Listen More

Do you listen to others only with the intent to reply?

Actually listening to someone shows you care. Listen first with the intent to understand. With people, slow is fast. Taking the time to help people feel understood gives them the space to solve the problem themselves.

Get Better: Talk Less, Listen More

  • Identify situations where you need to listen better.
  • Seek to understand others' perspectives before sharing your own.
  • Take sincere interest in what others have to say.

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