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Does Your Perspective of Death Make You a Bad Listener?

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Five years ago, I realized that I was a terrible listener. When I communicated with other people, I unconsciously waited for my turn to speak. Most of the time, I wouldn’t even wait for them to finish. I would unapologetically interrupt them and rush to my personal story or idea. Long story short it was all about me.




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George Bakoulis

George Bakoulis

I steal ideas from great books. I write poetry to express myself and articles regarding mindsets about work. New content every time I write.

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