By Jennifer Austin Leigh, Mark Brady
A bit publication of Listening Skills:52 crucial practices for profoundly loving your self and folks is a publication that teaches readers how one can pay attention with ears and hearts and to rework their lives and the lives of others.
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Ask if there is something that they really want to say, but feel they cant. Ask you can do to make it safe, so they can tell you what it is they are not saying. 42 29. Champion the timid voice All of us are wiser than any one of us. When two or more people get together, there are gems of wisdom waiting to be discovered. The timid voice doesn’t offer up these gems for a variety of reasons. Some may feel it is unsafe to speak. Others might not be clear about what they want to say. Similar to making it safe for small children to speak freelygreat wisdom out of the mouths of babes – when a skilled listener champions the timid voice they care to convey ongoing respect and provide protection from judgements, criticisms, and ridicule in any form.
And it’s that time they’re willing to offer. Skilful listeners posses a willingness to temporarily suspend whatever needs for self-expression they may have, while they focus on others without any great need for them to be succinct, speedy or clear in what they have to say. They are not disturbed when a speaker, who is working through a significant issue, rambles or repeats the same story over and over again in different ways. Skilful patient listeners carry Beginner’s Ear (Skill no. 8) with them, letting them hear the same story as if hearing it for the first time.
Be genuinely curious Some people are born with a natural inclination to be curious. They ask a lot of questions and explore new things with gusto. These people are more prone to be curious about other people and naturally want to listen and know more about another. Rob Brown, a California public relations executive, has a way of making everyone he talks to feel extremely important. ” For those of us not born with a strong inclination to curiousness, we can develop it by remembering what it was like when we were a young child and everything was new and fascinating.
A Little Book of Listening Skills by Jennifer Austin Leigh, Mark Brady