Become an Excellent ListenerLenz Entertainment Group
Learn Active Listening. Lean forward; face people directly rather than at an angle. Observe their face, mouth, and eyes and hang on every word.
Listen as if this were a super-key client who was just on the verge of giving you a major order. The Power-potential of Listening
The ability to pay close, uninterrupted attention to a person when she is speaking is the primary listening skill. It is the hardest facility to develop and is simultaneously the most important of all. It requires continuous practice and discipline. And it is not easy. It is hard to keep your thoughts from wandering, but the payoff is tremendous.