"For example, one of our salesman ( whom we will call Al) took me to interview the late Francis O'Neil, a large paper converter and manufacturer. You see, Mr. O'Neil was very highly regarded in his perspective industry. He also had the reputation of being a man of few words. "After the usual introductions, Mr. … Continue reading The Art of Listening
When we forget or igonore our pasts, (especially our teenagers), we eliminate the ability to empathize with our youth and in doing so, loosen our grip on the hand that we desire to guide the most.