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I called this podcast ‘the Sexy Side of Listening” because my initial thought was that talking about listening isn’t nearly as sexy as the ‘shape up your body’ or ‘improve your sex life’ headlines.
Unless it is (and I think it is)…
Want to dramatically improve your life? Have more meaningful relationships? Be that person that people love being around? Feel more connected to your loved ones?
Then start listening.
This week we talk all about the unrealized potential of listening.
- What is listening (let’s go back to basics)
- The underlying reason you may not be actually listening
- Common myths associated with listening
- How listening can reduce your stress, and get you back in the drivers seat
- Why listening is so important, and simple steps you can do to start practice active listening
My guest, Mark Vegh has over 10 years of experience with Child and Youth Mental Health, family and couples therapy, and facilitating couples skills workshops. He is well-versed in behaviorism, dialectic, and mindfulness. Mark lives in Chilliwack with his spouse and three children.
Building Healthy Relationships
“How to Win Friends and Influence People” by Dale Carnegie
“Seven Habts of Highly Effective People” by Stephen Covey
We’ve also just started the Fit & Vibrant Life Community! This is the group if you’re ready to ditch the diet, reclaim your health and get the body and kick ass life you want (and deserve!) I’m here to help you!
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