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Listening: Learn to Really Listen and Develop Active Listening Skills

Narrated by: Michael Hanko
Length: 40 mins
4 out of 5 stars (59 ratings)
Regular price: $3.95
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Publisher's Summary

Become better at communicating by enhancing your listening skills.

Do you listen to others? Yes? No, I mean, do you really listen to others? If there is room for improvement, then download this relatively low-priced book and become more loved in relationships and by coworkers, or become more effective at what you do and how much information you absorb. This book talks about passive listening, active listening, tips to improve, and thoughts that will help you show more interest in others, something that is much needed in today's fast-paced, digital society.

©2016 Christian Olsen (P)2016 Christian Olsen

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Sweet, simple, and to the point

This book was a nice quick listen to remind yourself of little things you may or may not do well as a listener. Perfect for a short flight.

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Great Tips

Short and to the point.
Great tips on how to listen.
I will be listening to this book again.
Thanks Christian Olsen

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Wonderful quick listening.

Straight to the point. No big words to follow. Great advice. Short enough for my husband and I listened to it together. Very upbeat.

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Short and Helpful

This is a short book that neatly summarises what stops people from being effective listeners and provides practical strategies to improve one's listening skills. It explains why our desire to be listened to is stronger than our desire to be a genuine listener, why this holds people back from being better listeners, and provides a neat and simple suggestion of how this can be overcome.

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learning

This is my second book I am reading from you, the first one patience caught my attention then I got this one , I like your books because they are not long and dragged out ,you the to the point and keep it interesting , looking forward to some more of your books, thanks for my lessons on listening..

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awesome

thank you. the story was short and sweet and helped me learn something i wanna incorporate into my life.

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Great book to improve active listening.

I was really please with the techniques introduced in this book. I applied them immediately on my wife and I was rewarded with 45mn of emotional speech , and I was so happy I was focused 200% on her all that time. Great read and learning book

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  • Barry
  • WOODBRIDGE, VA, US
  • 05-03-18

Short and sweet.

Short and practical. I found the lessons to become a better listener easy and simple to apply. This is good for someone who is about to have an important conversation and is looking for a way to have it go well.

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This book is common sense. Sometimes it's what is needed to be heard and It helps me to hear it. It's short and to the point.

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Very helpful, right on point !

After listening to this book I am looking forward to practicing and improving my listening skills.

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  • 11-09-18

Excellent

I have learnt alot great job and I've recommended it to my contacts friends and family

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  • Kindle Customer
  • 10-20-18

good book

really good book will definitely recommend.
thanks again.5 stars from me , good book .

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  • Ally Vessi
  • 11-21-18

Short and sweet

Such an easy and direct self-improvement book. It helped me realise I am not as good a listener as I first thought and had left me feeling enthusiastic about implementing the strategies suggested as they were so practical and uncomplicated. Recommend this.

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  • Sam Smith
  • 04-07-17

Excellent Audio book short and to the point

Heaps of tips and ideas to improve your listening without all the fluff and long winded explanations . Money well spent for sure

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  • Erin
  • 02-15-17

Rubbish-don't buy this book

If you want a book of lists and no real content then purchase this book. Honestly doesn't cover anything of worth on the subject matter. Disappointing! Not sure how this even got on her for purchase. Had to give starts to submit rating but I would not rate it any stars to be honest.