Tuesday, May 16, 2017
“The most important thing in communication is hearing what isn't said.” Peter F. Drucker
There are times when it is best to keep quiet. Our silence can say a great deal. One question that comes to mind is not just how well we can communicate by being silent, but how good are we at listening to the silence of others? Hurt feelings, feeling left out, or unimportant, are some of the things often communicated when people are silent. How sensitive are we to what is not being said and the body language of the people we care about?
“Be quick to hear.” James 1.19 “Conversations Within” ts 5/9/2017
Posted by Tim Stewart at 1:41 PM