{Free eBook} Youre Not Listening Author Kate Murphy – Andy-palmer.co.uk

Youre Not Listening At Work, We Re Taught To Lead The ConversationOn Social Media, We Shape Our Personal NarrativesAt Parties, We Talk Over One Another So Do Our PoliticiansWe Re Not ListeningAnd No One Is Listening To UsDespite Living In A World Where Technology Allows Constant Digital Communication And Opportunities To Connect, It Seems No One Is Really Listening Or Even Knows How And It S Making Us Lonelier, Isolated, And Less Tolerant Than Ever Before A Listener By Trade,New York Times Contributor Kate Murphy Wanted To Know How We Got HereIn This Always Illuminating And Often Humorous Deep Dive, Murphy Explains Why We Re Not Listening, What It S Doing To Us, And How We Can Reverse The Trend She Makes Accessible The Psychology, Neuroscience, And Sociology Of Listening While Also Introducing Us To Some Of The Best Listeners Out There Including A CIA Agent, Focus Group Moderator, Bartender, Radio Producer, And Top Furniture Salesman It S Time To Stop Talking And Start Listening


10 thoughts on “Youre Not Listening

  1. Paige Paige says:

    How do feel when you leave a conversation feeling like the person really absorbed what you shared with them How do you feel when you leave a conversation feeling like the person wasn t paying attention or didn t care what you were saying to them This is one of the most impactful books I have read all year The message of true listening in You re Not L


  2. Brenda -Traveling Sister Brenda -Traveling Sister says:

    I am kicking off the new year here with my first review for one of the most eye opening, powerful and important books I read in 2019 It s an easy, fast read with a lot packed into it This was a Traveling Sister group read and one of the most valuable discussions we have had I can t recommend this one enough The World is just too noisy for me with everyone tal


  3. Debra Debra says:

    This is an easily readable, enjoyable and thought provoking book I know some may look at the name and think What A book about listening or not listening How can that be interesting Well, it is Working in a field that is all about listening, I found that this book reinforced, most of what I already knew and had been taught in graduate school, but it was also an eye


  4. Lindsay - Traveling Sister Lindsay - Traveling Sister says:

    3.5 stars.Informative Eye opening Thought provoking This was a well researched, enlightening read that made me sit and ponder many points I love books that make me think The author presents her research in an easy, well organized manner with chapters breaking down her theories I liked how the information was presented.I found the beginning chapters interesting than the


  5. Gretchen Rubin Gretchen Rubin says:

    This is a fascinating book, exactly suited to my particular interests How can I learn to listen better


  6. Jon Nakapalau Jon Nakapalau says:

    There are so many books on communication so one can assume that it is a very important topic for many people in all walks of life What Kate Murphy KM has done is nothing less than a distillation of the process looking at how the listening portion of communication is so often overlooked as we position our perspective as a platform our mind set already made up as we set in motion our


  7. Jeanette Jeanette says:

    This book could change your life if you study it carefully and try to implement what you ve read As an avid reader, once I finish a book I tend to move quickly on to the next book With this book, I m not going to do that I m going to go right back to the beginning and read it again before writing a full review That in itself is a glowing recommendation, because I usually wait at least<


  8. Diane S ☔ Diane S ☔ says:

    3.5 One might think a book on this subject would be full of information that is just a matter of common sense Quite possibly might consider themselves already good listeners They would most likely be wrong So few actually know what active listening entails and even so in this techie age, where one wants to gather information as quickly as possible.The author explains how important listening is


  9. marilyn marilyn says:

    Review to come


  10. Barbara (The Bibliophage) Barbara (The Bibliophage) says:

    Kate Murphy is a journalist who makes her living with her listening skills No skills, no article For the rest of us it s not so straightforward In her new book, You re Not Listening What You re Missing and Why It Matters, she makes a case that listening is essential to communication Of course, this seems obvious One person talks and another listens That s communication But Murphy explains why and how our l


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