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Video: How to (really) Listen

People are fascinating, but we often drown out their voices with the constant stream of conversation inside our heads. Learn how to cultivate the skill of listening. You already know I’m constantly encouraging you to tune in to the present moment, and connect with those you speak with – it makes an amazing difference in your relationships and professional opportunities! Learn to listen more deeply, and in no time, your audience will be clamoring for your attention. Watch below for more…

HOW TO (REALLY) LISTEN from Alexa Fischer on Vimeo.

 

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Alexa Fischer

Meet Alexa Fischer

Wishbeads founder Alexa Fischer is an actress, teacher, author, and speaker whose work helps people go after their dreams, build their confidence, and break free from fear. It’s time to ignite your light.

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