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March 22, 2010


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Brad Fallon

Being a good listener should not only be attributed to the person who listens. The one who discuss should also be a good conversationalist and should make his/her topic interesting. He/she should catch the attention of the listener so that their minds will not wander off on other things and not pay attention to the discussion.

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