Friday, July 3, 2009

Listeners vs. Know It Alls

I listened to a terrific call yesterday about mindset training
with Joe Schroeder. It was so amazing!

He is definitely worth listening to!
He is a terrific mentor and master marketer.

During the call he was discussing the art of listening.

Listening is important in any business in order to learn.
Listening is not just important for the employer to know
and understand what their boss wants, but for the boss
to know what keeps his employees motivated.

Could you imagine if no one listened and everyone just did as
they pleased?

In the network marketing industry, listening is also essential.
Listening is how we learn. You can’t learn if you don’t listen.

Often those who listen well are also the ones who have
something important to say.

Have you ever carried on a conversation with someone and
they only said about eight words throughout?

Do you remember what they said?
Were you listening?

Sometimes the person who says the least just might surprise
you with what they say.

Now think about this scenario...

When was the last time you were trying to have a conversation,
but could not get a word in edgewise?

The people who talk, talk, talk rarely listen and think they know it
all. Often, however, they don’t have the facts, because they don’t
stop talking long enough to listen.

So next time be sure to listen to the one with fewer words, they
just might surprise you and you might learn something!

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