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Habit 5: Seek First to Understand(Genuine Listening)

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Transcript of Habit 5: Seek First to Understand(Genuine Listening)

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Genuine Listening
A kind of practice people want to put for use when communicating with someone which there are 3 parts of it.
Listen with your eyes, heart and ears
The first positive listening is listening with your eyes, heart, and ears.Listening with your ears isn't good because only 7% of people communicate by words. Listening with your eyes and heart contains 40 % of people communicate with feelings and 53% of people communicate by body language.
Practice mirroring
The last positive genuine listening skill is practicing mirroring. Mirroring is not like mimicking becuase when your mirroring, you are repeating the meaning of someone else words.But mirroring won't lead to a perfect outcome.
Conclusion of genuine listening
So those were the three main parts of genuine listening that can lead to a positive experience. With listening with your eyes, heart, and ears, standing in someone else shoes, and practice mirroring, people can understand and listen to your feelings.
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Stand in their Shoes
Another positive listening is standing in someones shoes. This phrase means that you must try to see thw world as people see it and try to feel the same feeling as people feel.
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