Many people who had the privilege of meeting Cesar Chavez said that he was the best listener they ever met. I don’t think there is a better compliment one could receive.
Listening intently means being present and available to the person in front of you and it tells the person they matter, their story matters and if only for that moment that you are willing to share a little piece of your life (literally) with them.
Try it today regardless of your job, agenda or current circumstance. It will change the people in your world and it will change you.
Friendship, strength and honor,