Being a Versatile Listener

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Do you know anyone who takes 5 minutes to get to the juice of the story he’s trying to tell?

Maybe you prefer story tellers who jump right into the meat of the story.

Regardless of your preferences, everyone’s style of communicating is different just as everyone’s personality is unique to others’. Accepting that is critical and in extension, being versatile enough to adapt to it can prove to be a truly rewarding thing.

Geoffrey Caine, author of The Listening to Life Series, shares a personal story that expounds on this key point in effective listening and communicating.


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Funderstanding is a resource for teachers, parents, and students to stay up to date on education-related issues. The company focuses on innovative and progressive approaches to inspire learning in classrooms as well as homes.