Truly listening means making eye contact, not being distracted by electronics and not interrupting, writes Steve Keating. "If you're not listening intently to what the other person is saying then you may be in a two-sided monologue but you're not in a conversation," he writes.
Your undivided attention is how you become a good listener
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