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To Have Better Conversations, Stop Taking Notes

Try this instead

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“I go through dozens of notebooks every year and write down everything that occurs to me each day. An idea not written down is an idea lost. When inspiration calls, you’ve got to capture it.” — Richard Branson

Many of the most famous people in the world are note-takers. Taking notes promotes active listening, it helps with…




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Jordan Gross

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Son, Grandson | Reimagining Personal Development | “What Happens in Tomorrow World?” Publishing Spring 2021, BenBella Books, Matt Holt Books

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