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Habit #5 – Seek First to Understand, Then Be Understood (Part 1). “Before I can walk in another’s shoes, I must first remove my own.”. What Does This Mean?. Spacing out Pretend Listening Selective Listening Word Listening Self-Centered Listening Judging Advising Probing.
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“Before I can walk in another’s shoes, I must first remove my own.” What Does This Mean?
Spacing out • Pretend Listening • Selective Listening • Word Listening • Self-Centered Listening • Judging • Advising • Probing Poor Listening Styles
Spacing Out – When you are talking to someone and they ignore you because their mind is on something else. Spacing Out
Pretend Listening – When you are talking to someone and they aren’t paying much attention. They pretend to listen by saying things like: “yeah,” “uh-huh,” “cool,” “sounds great.” Pretend Listening
Selective Listening – When you were talking to someone and they only paid attention to the part of the conversation that interested them. Selective Listening
Word Listening – When you were talking to someone and they were only listening to your words, not your body language, the feelings, or the true meaning behind the words. Word Listening
Self-Centered Listening – When you are talking to someone and they only see what you are saying from their own point of view. They can’t put themselves in your shoes. They say things like, “Oh, I know exactly how you feel…” or “That reminds me of when I…” Self Centered Listening http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6-_XV5-pOaE
Judging – When you are talking to someone and you sense they are judging you instead of just listening to you. Judging
Advising – When you are talking to someone and they give you advice from their own experience. This takes the form of, “When I was your age…” or “You should really try…” Advising
Probing – When you are talking to someone and they keep asking you questions that you aren’t ready to answer yet. Probing
Read about listening on pages 164-171 in the book entitled The 7 Habits of Highly Effective Teens by Sean Covey. Silent Reading
Divide into groups of two • For the next 4 minutes, take turns saying to each other, “If you really knew me, you’d know that________________.” If You Really Knew Me…