“Being listened to feels so much like being loved people can hardly tell the difference.” ~David Augsberg

“I never learned anything while I was talking.”
~Larry King

The real value of listening may be beyond measure. Countless proverbs proclaim the value of this virtue but how many of us can say we are good listeners?

How many of us can say we’ve developed the listening habit?

Martin shares his struggles with the art of listening and how it was the “listening is like love” quote referenced above that led him on his journey to “revisit” the art and try to become a better listener.

Martin recalls an entrepreneur using The Habit Factor app as a as a way to strengthen his listening habit and recommends you give it a try if this episode resonates with you.

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Resources

Napoleon Hill The Science of Personal Achievement

Napoleon Hill, Think & Grow Rich

The Habit Factor app

The Habit Factor template

The Habit Factor book

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