Question: Think of a time when someone didn't listen to you before prescribing an answer. How did you feel?
Answer: It made me feel annoying and uninterested in the answer of the speaker. It also made me feel hurt as I feel neglected while speaking and this create negligence for the speaker too.
Question: When do you most often fail to listen to others? Why?
Answer: I fail to listen mostly if I am doing other things while listening to someone talking. It is normal, when tuning in to another person talk, to formulate an answer while the other individual is as yet talking. Notwithstanding, this implies that we are not actually tuning in to all that is being said.
Question: Think of a time when someone made the effort to really understand you and your point of view. What was it this person said and did that made you feel understood?
Answer: There was a time we argued about politics with my friends for quite sometime and we could not make any fruitful conclusion. I saw my friend keep quite and listen to my argument. He acknowledged my words and the discussion ended.
Question: This week pick two people and "listen" to their body language as you listen to their words. What did you notice?
Answer: When I listened to the body language when the two people were talking, I saw how they were making eye contact with me and how much they were comfortable while speaking, how they were interpreting events they were speaking about, and how they make their facial expressions.
Question: Did their body language agree with their words?
Answer: Yes, their body languages agree with their words.
Question: What did you do if it didn't?
Answer: This was not applicable.