This often humorous book, loaded with practical tips, examples, and techniques, will bail you out of touchy situations. When others talk, we focus on what we think, rather than what they are trying to say.
Everyone should be quick to listen, slow to speak and slow to become angry. This post is a bit different from what I usually share. However, I felt led to pose this question to you as well as share a little bit of my academic reading with you.
I took a class two months ago where I had to do a Practical Book Review. So below, I share a snippet from that review in hopes that it may help you. We are never too old to improve! This journey of life requires working every day.
That is if we plan to live eternally. I have been guilty of going through the motions of listening at times or just waiting to get my two cents out, but it is time for change.
Let us get James 1: Heavenly Father, thank you for this day. Thank you for brand new mercies and the opportunity to impact lives through listening.
It is not my best quality but through you all things are possible. In Jesus name I pray, amen. My Review Petersen, J. Communication is an integral part of our human existence. He uses practical insights and a collection of listening techniques to assist in improving daily interactions and difficult relationships.
This book is broken down into five major divisions that make it user friendly as a reference. In part one, Petersen creates The Flat Brain Theory of Emotions which uses the body organs of the stomach, heart and head to depict how we can connect better with others p.
When unbalanced, they cause the Flat-Brain Syndrome where the stomach emotional bloats and thoughts head are askew p. Consequently, the dance of overloaded emotions between the talker and listener in attack mode result in the Flat-Brain Tango p.
According to Petersen, unhealthy communication can be compared to that of a courtroom situation where both sides attack and defend with winning as their ultimate goal p.
In part two, The Talker-Listener Process is introduced to foster an environment for the talker and listener to have healthy communication exchange by taking turns p. Petersen created the Talker-Listener Card TLC as a tool for the talker and listener which outline the rules of engagement for both parties and serves as a silent yet vocal referee.why don't we listen better?
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book summary 2. critique. Sally Furr Liberty University Practical Book Review # 2 HEY! Petersen, James C. () Why Don’t We Listen Better?
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