Most of us have never learned the most persuasive tool in the communications toolbox: listening.
For most people, “listening” really means something like: smiling and nodding while mentally preparing what we’re going to say.
It seems that most of us live our lives in the fast lane. We speed along passing others, while the countryside flies by in a blur. Oh, we’ve convinced ourselves that we’re getting somewhere fast. But we forget that we’re sharing the road with others. Many others, and we all seem to be headed in the same direction. This troubles us.
We know that we need to take an exit off this speedway. That slow, winding country road looks so inviting! All our creative senses yearn to go there and discover where it will take us. But we’re afraid that others will continue in the fast lane and we’ll never catch up.
This is a special edition of the Ray Edwards Show where I interview the founder of Meet Edgar, Laura Roeder. I love her story and I think you will too!
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But be prepared for what? The Scouting official website explains: “Scouting is a values-based program with its own code of conduct. For almost a century, Scouting has instilled in young men the values and knowledge that they will need to become leaders in their communities and country. ”
It goes on: “A Scout is trustworthy, loyal, helpful, friendly, courteous, kind, obedient, cheerful, thrifty, brave, clean, and reverent.” But having a code of conduct isn’t just some “kids-in-a-club” thing…
My usual morning routine takes about 3 hours. I realize that most people don’t have the flexibility for such a lengthy morning routine. That’s why I created the “Hour of Power Cheatsheet” infographic.
But let’s face it. Sometimes things go awry and even I don’t have 3 hours for a morning routine.