Nine Reasons We Don’t Listen – And What To Do About It!

Less than 2% of the population has ever been trained to listen, and the results of this are overwhelmingly apparent in society today, but listening is not easy, even in the best of circumstances. The following describe some of our … Continue reading

Navigating Meetings Through Whitewater

The river guide needs to be skilled at looking downstream; navigating direction for their crew and preparing for potential surprises; rocks, boulders, trees, the roar of rapids ahead or big drops and bends in the river.  A good guide appreciates … Continue reading

Radical Listening – with heart and curiosity

We live in noisy times; a cacophony of music, TV and voices blare in most public places. People walk around with headphones on, possibly to experience their own choice of music, podcasts, etc., or maybe to tune out the noise … Continue reading

Releasing Binds of Reptilian Brain

My plane landed late at the Dallas-Fort Worth International airport.  I was traveling from the west to the east coast and scheduled to facilitate a training early the next morning.  I was nervous about landing late in a large metropolitan … Continue reading