Are You a Good Listener?

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When was the last time you truly listened?

Are you a good listener?

Do you multi-task often?

Sometimes, who you are being is more important than what you are doing.

In my latest book about finding your feminine power in business, I’ve been exploring the power that comes when women are able to fully inhabit their bodies, identify their vision and show up with full presence in their lives and their businesses.

How extraordinary and miraculous it can be to shift from a place of constantly buzzing and doing, to a place of truly being with yourself in each and every moment including the small and mundane things.

It’s incredible how often women self-abandon and then wonder why they got poor results.

It’s incredible how often women experience a levitation of sorts in their businesses when they decide to fully listen to their intuition and then show up with complete presence in their work.

Good listeners are rare.

They follow the 70/30 rule. 70% about you, 30% about them.

They are able to receive, recline and surrender without grasping, trying to control and getting stressed and contracted.

Good listening is a practice and must be exercised regularly to improve capacity for ever greater skills of observation, receptivity and open-ness.

Join me on the 21st March for more secrets to feminine success, when I interview Kate Moody from Radiant Wellbeing about some of the massive benefits of being still and truly listening to your body.

Kate will be recounting her inspiring story of overcoming a major personal challenge and then using what she learned to become a beacon of inspiration for others.

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  1. Kristy hodges on March 18, 2014 at 11:43 am

    Great blog ~ if we listen, we can have empathy and with empathy, everyone feels valued xx

    • Lisa on March 19, 2014 at 2:35 am

      hi Kristy – that’s a lovely point. Here’s to celebrating empathy, good listening skills and feeling valued! Thanks so much for stopping by x Namaste

  2. Suzie Cheel on March 21, 2014 at 12:10 am

    Such an important topic and recently my love Des said it was one of my qualities. I have had to learn to really listen and sometimes i slip up and multi task and know I miss out when I do multitask.

    Yes it has taken practise and living with a really good listener has been empowering

    • Lisa on March 21, 2014 at 8:45 am

      Hi Suzie, you’re so lucky you live with a good listener and can model his great example. Good luck with your quest to reduce multi tasking and move into presence, us women really benefit from allowing ourselves the luxury of refined, focussed presence. Thanks so much for stopping by. Namaste, Lisa

  3. DrHappiness on April 29, 2014 at 12:32 pm

    Found you! Lovely writing! Love the blog posts! I have started a new habit of listening more and being patient and empathetic for a few days and this post resonates so much with me right now! love and light!xoxo

    • Lisa on May 3, 2014 at 2:08 am

      Thank you so much DrHappiness – it’s a privilege to have a kindred to visit and I appreciate you stopping by to make a comment. Best of luck in your cultivation of patience and empathy. Namaste, Lisa x

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