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English Services Noviembre 2016
Dalai Lama “When you talk, you are only repeating what you already know. But if you listen, you may learn something new.”

Dalai Lama

To Think To Think!

What are you
passionate about?

You’re told these five words hold the key to a successful career and life purpose.

What if it’s the wrong question altogether?

Ver video What are you passionate about
We recommend you watch TED Talks with subtitles in English!
To Learn To Learn!

Celeste Headlee has worked as a radio host for decades, and she knows the ingredients of a great conversation: Honesty, brevity, clarity and a healthy amount of listening.

In this insightful talk, she shares 10 useful rules for having better conversations.

10 ways to have a better conversation

"Go out, talk to people, listen to people," she says. "And, most importantly, be prepared to be amazed."

Further reading Tip!
To Laugh To Laugh!
To Laugh
To get Inspired Did You Know That?
Bees communicate by dancing?
Lobsters make noise by rubbing their antennae together – the sound helps them stay together in groups?
Morse code uses sound or light dots (short sound or flash) and dashes (long sound or flash) to spell out messages?
To Read! To Read!

To R Covey recommends listening to others in order to become aware of the values and goals of others. This enables you to find common ground and thus maintain productive relationships with them.

Empathic Listening is essential to effective communication. Covey emphasizes the importance, the power, and in some situations the necessity of not merely going through the mechanical responses that might be required for ordinary listening, but opening oneself to the talker to the point where one can actually feel what they are feeling. Covey, as others, believes that the only way to establish communication in some professional and personal situations is by becoming, in small part, the person you are listening to. He uses the words "sensing" (others call it "intuition") to describe the information a listener can perceive through deep, empathic listening. The experience Covey describes, standing for a moment in another's shoes and seeing the world through their eyes, is something everyone is capable of, but most of us rarely (if ever) deliberately do. Covey notes that it takes time to listen empathically and practice to become adept at it, but the reward is a whole new level of communication and problem solving because a person acquires the ability to see a situation simultaneously from multiple points of view.

Listening is essential to effectiveness as a speaker. Covey also points out that to be an effective speaker one has to absorb feedback from (listen to) one's audience and adjust one's presentations according to what works most effectively for them.

Stephen Covey's seven habits are:

  • 1. be proactive;
  • 2. begin with the end in mind;
  • 3. put first things first;
  • 4. think win/win;
  • 5. seek first to understand, then to be understood;
  • 6. synergize;
  • 7. sharpen the saw.
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