I have an old phone, and it’s gotten to the point that — if conditions are less than ideal — I have a hard time hearing what’s being said. I’ve also discovered, thanks to the phone, that I don’t always take the time to focus and repeat what I think I heard. In other words, I don’t always listen. The phone, by flagging my laziness, is actually improving my listening skills.
I still need to get a new phone.
Author: Chrysanthemum Marketing
Raye Elizabeth Ward is a marketing strategist and creative problem solver who helps scientific and technical organizations tell a story that shows how their vision improves people’s lives. Whether in launching a brand, overcoming a marketing or challenge, or in working through a major business transition, Raye takes an innovative approach to building and delivering a consistent, compelling message.
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