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Most of us experience keen competition for our attention. These are some of the most demanding distractions.
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Imagine a room full of playful monkeys. That s how some people describe the constant thoughts that sound like chatter in their minds. Those random thoughts are
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what keep us thinking of the past or the future with our minds anywhere but focused on the present.
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Temperature, lighting, time of day, and actual sounds are all distractions. Anything in the environment that competes for our attention can be considered background noise.
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When you simply don t care about something, it s hard to stay focused. You obviously won t be interested in everything you hear, but the inability to concentrate on what is important, whether you are interested or not, is a major barrier to listening.
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POLITICAL FACTORS
Politics can get in the way of any relationship. Whether there are real political differences, stereotypes, or just memories of past events, the way we feel about the person who is speaking can interfere with hearing just as much as a rock concert can!
PREPARING YOUR ANSWER
Sometimes the urge to judge what s being said is so strong that we jump to conclusions long before the person has nished talking. When we know exactly how we want to respond, we just wait until the speaker takes a breath so we can jump in with our own ideas. We assume we know where the other person is going with the conversation.
IT S ALL ABOUT ME
Good listening requires that you focus on the other person, including the person s feelings, opinions, and needs. Some poor listeners hear only enough to know what part is all about me, me, me.
Stand and Deliver
Bonus Point
When someone in your audience is speaking, maintain a friendly, open demeanor, even if the person s message is negative. If an audience member becomes offensive or abusive, you are not obligated to answer or further acknowledge that person.
Listening Strategies
Listening is far more dif cult than simply hearing. These strategies will help you to attend to the appropriate message.
FOCUS ALL YOUR ATTENTION
Quiet your inner chatter while you listen. Don t let your mind wander to all the things you think you should be doing. The distractions of a normal day hunger, exhaustion, noise, or even the chime of your BlackBerry can get in the way of paying attention. Discipline yourself to give your full attention when you listen.
Speaking of . . . Active Listening
As the name implies, active listening is a communication tool that requires the listener to actively participate in an interaction. When a listener focuses full attention on a speaker (and vice versa), real understanding begins to grow, relationships improve, and people feel valued. Make a commitment to understanding, and get involved in the listening process.
USE SILENCE
Have you heard the expression I couldn t get a word in edgewise The person it refers to is talking too much monopolizing the conversation so much that no one else can contribute. If either person in a conversation talks an inordinate amount of time, it shuts down the exchange of information. To determine if you talk too much, divide 100 by the number of people in a conversation. You ll arrive at the percentage of time each of you should be speaking. For instance, if four people are engaged in
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conversation, everyone should speak about 25 percent of the time. Obviously, there are exceptions to this rule, but it s a good guideline to follow. Do your part by monitoring the amount of time you are monopolizing.
MAINTAIN EYE CONTACT
Looking at the speaker can help you focus on the task at hand. Read the speaker s body language to help you understand the true meaning of what he or she is saying.
IGNORE ANNOYING HABITS
Focus on the content of the message, not the delivery style. As hard as it is to do, you must ignore the numbers of ums, you knows, and likes that spill out of the speaker s mouth. Ignore snif es, twitches, and even the spot on the tie while you re in conversation or watching a speaker.
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