Important Listening Skills to Develop

The most important thing in communication is hearing what isn’t said.

- Peter Drucker

Let me repeat Peter Drucker’s position on communication … the most important thing is hearing what isn’t being said. On the flip side, you can significantly damage your verbal messages through body language mistakes. In this regard, a body language is a form of mental and physical ability…

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Mike Schoultz writes about improving the performance of business. Bookmark his blog for stories and articles. www.digitalsparkmarketing.com

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Mike Schoultz

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Mike Schoultz writes about improving the performance of business. Bookmark his blog for stories and articles. www.digitalsparkmarketing.com

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