"Intuned Listening"

Provides you a genuine connection and comprehension of the true meaning behind your words. It goes way beyond merely allowing random words to come in. 

In today's world, people are more connected than ever before thanks to technology and the internet. However, this increased connectivity can come at a cost, as it can lead to a sense of disconnection and isolation. With so much of our lives taking place online, it can be easy to lose touch with the people and communities around us.

One of the biggest challenges of this digital age is the loss of face-to-face interaction. While social media and messaging apps make it easy to communicate with others, these interactions can lack the depth and richness of in-person conversations. As a result, we may feel like we're not really connecting with others, even though we're technically in touch.

Furthermore, the constant barrage of information and stimulation that comes with being online can be overwhelming and exhausting. It's easy to get caught up in the endless scroll of social media or lose ourselves in the rabbit hole of YouTube videos, but these activities can leave us feeling disconnected from ourselves and others.

However, it's important to remember that true connection is still possible in this digital age. By making a conscious effort to disconnect from technology and engage with the world around us, we can rediscover the joys of face-to-face interaction and build meaningful relationships with others.

This might mean spending more time with friends and family, joining a local community group or club, or simply taking a walk outside and enjoying the natural world. By prioritizing these kinds of real-world connections, we can break free from the digital bubble and feel more fulfilled and connected in our lives. And of course the Solid Ears approach can help you ground and het back to what it is all about. Connecting with yourself and others..

More about  "Intuned Listening"

"Intuned Listening"  involves leaning in and focusing on the other person without developing solutions and recommendations. In a business organization for example, good listening is key to effective working relationships among employees and between management and staff. Listening skills also impact a company's interaction with customers and other businesses. Studies show that success in life is often linked to the ability to truly listen. I have found that many employees feel the need to be listened to.

At Solid Ears, we understand the importance of taking the time to connect with someone. It only takes a short period to establish a connection, and we want to ensure that you feel respected, heard, and understood. Mirroring or paraphrasing what we hear ensures that we have listened correctly and gives you an opportunity to clear up any confusion. We provide a safe space where you can share your thoughts without fear of judgment.

Business doesn't just happen in the office or from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. When having a conversation outside of work, it's essential to be aware of your environment and fully engage in the discussion. Good listening skills are essential for effective working relationships, and they can reduce conflict. By listening, we can discover what motivates each employee, improving morale and productivity.

At Solid Ears, we believe that listening can connect the dots between people, bringing them together. We provide a valuable service where we listen to what is really important to you, positive or negative. We are here to help you connect, understand and feel heard. Maybe for the first time in your life.
And truly important is the fact to emphasize that the information that is shared stays with me.


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