Q You are bombarded with millions of messages on a daily basis. Additionally, you have probably found yourself in situations where you are supposed to be listening to a lecture, a sales pitch, or a speech, but you find your mind wandering elsewhere.
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In the recent times, it is hard to maintain the concentration in one thing because of the constant information bubble. Even when I am listening to the Audible or the any important show, I keep looking for another thing. To avoid the miscommunication, the maintain the decorum of the speech is important. The techniques of the effective listening I have been using is that I try to form questions on the topic so that once the speech is done, I can check and ask the speaker about the same. This question-asking strategy works more than anything when there are off-beat topics as well.