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In our louder and louder world, says sound expert Julian Treasure, “We are losing our listening.” In this short, fascinating talk, Treasure shares five ways to re-tune your ears for conscious listening — to other people and the world around you.

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Join Live Conversation with the speaker Julian Treasure on What a conscious listening world be like and how do we get there? October 10th, 1pm – 2.30 pm EDT .

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33 thoughts on “5 ways to listen better | Julian Treasure | Popasia

  1. Lorenzo Tabladini says:

    I completely agree! Great talk and I`m all for listening being taught in schools! Seek first to understand as opposed to being understood…this only happens through listening, and through listening we understand, through understanding we learn, and through learning we grow and ultimately become better individuals and a better society.

  2. Lance Pursuit says:

    Distraction it is used in a lot of scenarios like in communication listening to multiple people at the same time can mix conversation according to brain study for instance the is a crowd of people that has many different issues that they want to address a and the person listening only here's what is said the most also the person listening has a bias feeling about a issue they only want to handle that they only care about they will block out others

  3. Virginia Youssef says:

    I believe every human being needs to listen consciously in order to live fully. Connected in space and in time to the physical world around us, connected in understanding to each other, not to mention spiritually connected because every spiritual path I have known has listening and contemplation at its heart. That is why we need to teach listening in our schools as a skill, why is it not taught?! It is crazy and if we can teach listening in our schools we can take our listening off that slippery slope to that dangerous scary world I talked about and move it to a place where everybody is consciously listening all the time or at least capable of doing that. So lets transfer the world into a world of conscious listening, A world of connection , a world of understanding and a world of peace.
    Julian Treasure

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