Power Listening: Mastering the Most Critical Business Skill of All – Vital Book

Connecting Listening to Better Judgement

  • Bernie regrets that our modern world discounts the contribution of human memory. As you listen, you add information to your personal mental filing cabinet. This will allow for fresh insights that lead to good decisions and positive action. As you add information, your mind can shuffle and recombine what you have stored. Bernie also recommends that you compare alternative actions side by side when possible. You should avoid making decisions until they need to be made. Finally, as you practice the art of questioning, ask questions that both impose and eliminate constraints. This will help you see a problem from a different angle and lead to fresh insight.
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