Most people do more of talking than listening in all spheres of human life. They listen to reply and in most discussions,  before the other person even finishes making his point, the  listening party has an already made answer. The Good Book however admonishes us to be quick to listen and slow to speak, for he that refraineth his tongue is considered wise (Prov 10:19).Learn to listen to understand before replying. Be more ready to hear, that’s the reason we’ve been given two ears but one mouth. Be a better listener willing to learn from others than a good talkative; for it is said that Abraham Lincoln’s ability to listen to people was one of the reasons he became so effective as one of America’s greatest presidents and personalities of all time! 


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I am a Doctor of Pharmacy by profession, graduated from the University of Science and Technology in Ghana and the Author of the books IN BETWEEN MEN and POWER TO TURN. I just love to inspire, motivate and encourage people through the art of writing and public speaking .

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