Dec 24, 2019
Gregg Levoy is devoted to helping people find and sustain their passions in life. His books, Vital Signs: The Nature and Nurture of Passion and Callings: Finding and Following An Authentic Life, reflect his mission of helping people feel alive through their passion. He is currently a regular contributing author to Psychology Today and holds workshops and keynote presentations at organizations such as the Smithsonian Institution, the Environmental Protection Agency, and Microsoft. A former reporter and adjunct professor of journalism at the University of New Mexico, Gregg has mastered the art of generous conversations and understands how to hold space that lets people feel understood and validated.
In today’s episode, Gregg and I discuss what it means to have a generous conversation. We discuss how curiosity interplays with listening to create great communication skills. We share tips and exercises to improve listening skills and explain how to set boundaries with talkative people. We also explain how generous conversations impact other people as well as share our own experiences with using listening skills and promoting a generous conversation.
“Communication is shared understanding and “co-mmunication.” - Gregg Levoy
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