Are you missing opportunities because you’re not listening?
“My wife says I never listen to her. At least I think that’s what she said.”
“Conversation: a vocal competition in which the one who is catching his breath is called the listener.”
Do you ever have disagreements or fights with your partner because someone isn’t listening? Have you ever known that your wife/husband told you something important but you can’t remember what it was? Do you sometimes get distracted, bored, or annoyed in a conversation about a “difficult” issue?
If these quotes or scenarios ring a bell, you NEED this
free complimentary class to improve one of your most important relationship skills — listening. Join us for a one hour introduction to effective listening. Below are the basic facts about this class. Click the title of the class to learn more or register.
Listening for Love: Effective Listening for Couples
Wednesday, November 15, 2006
7-8 p.m. Eastern
Via telephone conference call
(i.e., If you have a phone you can be in the class.)
Our three primary objectives for this communications class are to learn:
- Why effective listening is vital to a healthy relationship
- The crucial differences between “hearing” and “listening”
- Some of the barriers that prevent you from hearing what’s really being said
We look forward to hearing you on the call. Participate solo or invite your partner to join you. Learn more about Listening for Love or register now.