Module 3: Listening Skills Tune Up
The most insightful and probing questions in the world won’t do you much good if don’t know how to hear the answers.
- Offer a good friend, coworker or family member the opportunity to share something an important part of their life story that made them who they are today. Use active listening to hear their story and create an opportunity for them really feel seen and heard.
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