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University of Texas at Austin 2014 Commencement Address - Admiral William H. McRaven
How to be a better listener in a world where everyone’s talking
The frying pan was held high in her right hand as she talked to me. My wife, Amanda, usually holds something in her hand when she talks to me — a rolling pin, a hairbrush, nunchucks. I think she holds something to emphasize her point. Last Tuesday night, she was holding a frying pan. That will never happen. You preached the worst sermon in the world last week. As soon as Amanda finished boosting my self-confidence, she stepped back.
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What the heck are you talking about? Other possibilities: What in the world are you saying? What on earth do you mean? What in God's name.
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If you listen to French natives speaking to each other, there will be moments where you scratch your head and go: "What in the world are you talking about? A guy put a rabbit on you? As a French learner, it is then necessary and fun for you to learn them. And some are so quirky that you can't possibly know without learning them first or asking a French native. French idiomatic expressions are so unique that they're listed as the best idioms in the world in the book 'Idiomantics. Also, French like to use random animals and food items in their idioms. If you're a visual person and start picturing the literal meaning of the idioms in your head, you'll be laughing out loud.
Why would you target a microcosm, when the world is your market? Folks who want to cast their nets as wide as humanly possible, so that they can reach the greatest number of people, solve their problems and turn them into readers, customers and evangelists. You may pile on more problems, more solutions and more types of people after the first one, but you never do it all at once. And, you need to be able to communicate your solution in the most compelling possible way. What do they look like, where do they live, how old are they, what sex are they, are they having sex, what are their hopes, fears, desires, challenges, daily experiences, dramas, elations, yadda, yadda, yadda?
How much talking do you do on an average day, and how much listening? I mean real listening , where you focus on what the other person is saying and take it in, instead of planning the brilliant thing you'll say the moment the other person finishes speaking? If you're like most of us, the answer is: Not enough. Most people tend to treat conversation like a competitive sport, in which the person who says the most, makes the cleverest point, persuades others of an opinion, or even speaks the longest and loudest is the winner. All of us fall into this trap. All of us find ourselves interrupting, speechifying, insisting, and coming up with witticisms--all to support our point of view or display our superior knowledge.