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If you are in a meeting with someone and they do not have good or consistent eye contact with you, that means he or she is not listening and it is time for you to change your approach.

Just because someone does not have consistent eye contact with you does not necessarily mean they are not listening or paying attention. In business meetings many are multi-tasking and are

There are those who listen and those who wait to talk. Which one are you?

Contrary to popular belief, having the gift of gab does not necessarily make you a good communicator. Listening is the key! When you listen, you can respond with answers that

During a meeting, it is not what you say, but how you say it that “really” matters.

How you say something has more meaning than what is actually said, and can even contradict the spoken words. Like lyrics to music, words without tone (music) cannot really be