Good communication really starts with the ability to listen. Being a good listener then is a very important skill. So, how does one become a good listener?
Ultimately we need to learn how to suspend our own agendas to truly listen to one another so that dialogue become possible.
Socrates described himself as a “midwife to understanding”, believing that while one can assist people to understand things better one cannot make them understand.
If you follow this rule you will naturally know how to behave. Here is a list of six tips that put this rule into practice, which you can follow in your social interactions.
Good communication facilitates mutual understanding which breads greater inter-personal harmony, facilitates effective cooperation and broadens one’s horizons.
It is only in those moments of silence that we have a chance to let our subconscious mind percolate those ideas that are hidden under the noise.
A victim is a person who accounts for misfortune in their lives on the basis of what the other does to them. Overcoming victim-hood requires accountability.
The child learns to pay attention to his world and makes up his worldview from how the parents (and primarily the mother) pay attention to what is around them
Coaching is powerful process of facilitating change…