If they like and believe in you they will trust you. (1 min 16)
1. Do you listen more than you talk?
Talking doesn't build trust.
Talking makes people run the other way.
2. Do you lean forward and listen intently?
Pay close attention and focus on the words, emotions, and nuances conveyed by the person speaking.
Be fully present in the moment, and give your undivided attention to the conversation.
3. Do you live in the question?
Living in the question is a state of open-mindedness, curiosity, and continuous exploration.
Living in the question embraces uncertainty and actively engages in seeking answers, rather than settling for fixed beliefs and assuming you have all the answers.
4. Listening builds trust.
Listen to your inner voice.
Listen to what others are saying.
When you listen attentively to others, you demonstrate that you value their thoughts, feelings, and perspectives.
Create a supportive environment where the person speaking feel heard and understood.
When people feel that they are being truly listened to, they are more likely to express themselves honestly and authentically.