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  • Resist the urge to interrupt – brief pauses to catch one’s breath or formulate a thought are not invitations to speak.   Wait until the other person is fully finished or invites your comment.   Interrupting is the easiest way of communicating “I’m not listening” or “I don’t care about what you have to say. ”
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  • Suspend judgment – listen to understand.   If you need jot down a point you might like to get back to.   Once you judge, it is much harder to prevent that judgment from creating a filter that prevents you from hearing everything.
  • Say to yourself, “ What would I think if I had that perspective” – engage your intuition and hear more of what is being said.   Then examine your reactions.
Are you willing to try this for the next week?  How will this skill improve your relationships at home or work? Let me know.   I’m listening.

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