Listen

Filmmaker Jake Graf released "Listen" in honor of Trans Awareness Week.
When I started exploring my personal brand I realised that as an introvert I listen a lot. I’ve found that during conversations
Using one camera and one light source, Seliger sought to capture the participants in the nation's ongoing fight for LGBTQ civil rights.
The communication skill here is to focus on the reaction you are receiving rather than the response you think you should be getting, and then assess your own behavior.
How then do we tame our fears and move beyond the conviction of impending disaster? The answer, handed down the ages from contemplative traditions, and now tested and researched by science, is the following: We need to face our fears.
Most people aren't great listeners. While someone is talking to them, they are more than likely thinking about what it is they are going to say when it is their turn. Sometimes, there is a game involved like: My Story is Better Than Your Story.
The world would be so grateful if it had more optimistic people in it. So, let's start developing some habits that will move us in that direction.
I'm sitting in the airport terminal with my husband and three kids, all of whom are anxiously awaiting our Disney vacation. We've only had this adventure scheduled for eight months and have been counting down with my phone app. Don't think we weren't happy when we hit single digits.