The Dialogue

The DialoguePhoto by Luis Quintero on Pexels.com “How could he speak to me like that; no one ever dared to, and on top of that he was even smiling; he is a megalomaniac, a self-obsessed jerk, not a seer, who is filled with humility and empathy for everyone.” The mental arguments refused to die down … Continue reading The Dialogue

‘10’ Commandments of Victor Lustig – The Conman who Sold Eiffel Tower twice

If someone were to try to sell Eiffel tower to you, how will you respond to such an overture?  Will you agree to buy or just think of the other person as eccentric or someone who has lost his mental acuity? Probably both, but Victor Lustig, was one such person who was able to achieve … Continue reading ‘10’ Commandments of Victor Lustig – The Conman who Sold Eiffel Tower twice

Just ‘2’ Effective Ways to Improve Listening – (Follow-up Article)

  The last post of mine focused on identifying whether we are a good listener or not.  Based on the questions, if your result is; you are a good listener; you would be in harmony with what I will discuss today. Biases have a major role to play in hindering our listening ability. Since they … Continue reading Just ‘2’ Effective Ways to Improve Listening – (Follow-up Article)

‘9’ Questions You can Ask Yourself to know If you are a ‘Good Listener’

  I was having a discussion with my friend who was sharing his feedback on one of the articles I had written.  I encouraged him to be blunt with his opinion so I could improve myself.  A few minutes into the conversation and I was itching to respond.  He was busy telling me what I … Continue reading ‘9’ Questions You can Ask Yourself to know If you are a ‘Good Listener’