The Art of Listening To Others

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For many of us, listening is something we do on autopilot. To give and receive honest feedback, make connections that will last for the long haul, and discover who people truly are at their core, we need to go deeper.

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Jim Farina

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Serving only the freshest, organic content. Writing prepared with the best quality ingredients, easy to digest and shareable. jimfarina @att.net

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