If you listen with all your senses, you’ll be more attuned to engaged your ‘sixth sense’ or intuition.
Month: October 2016
Active Listening gives more time, more presence and more spaciousness to the communication. Active listening has the potential to heal, restore peace, clarify misunderstandings, give strength, repair disconnection and rebuild trust. Listening fosters relating and it’s the RELATING bit that makes RELATIONSHIPS work effectively!
What and when and where to network.
A quick short thought about why some people are late way more often than others.
Apologies usually come when you are upset. Not the easiest time to actually hear someone out. But for the sake of your relationship, at least give the other person a chance to apologize and explain.
A good apology means laying yourself bare. It means putting yourself in the other person’s position, giving them what they want and need. In short, it’s not about you.