Lesson 9

The Number 1 Benefit of Being a Good Listener

from “How to Succeed in Work and Life”, an Inside Out Guide for Young Professionals

Photo by Mohammad Metri on Unsplash

“First you must learn to listen, and this will take courage.” — Sydney Banks, Second Chance

I used to have a job that required me to attend a lot of meetings. I would joke that I…

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