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A Little Happier: Bryan Stevenson Points Out a Question: Are We There to Speak, or Are We There to Listen?
A Little Happier

A Little Happier: Bryan Stevenson Points Out a Question: Are We There to Speak, or Are We There to Listen?

In his brilliant memoir “Just Mercy,” Bryan Stevenson makes the distinction: Am I invited someplace to speak, or am I invited to listen?
A Little Happier: The Joy of Listening to Music—Even for Someone Like Me.
A Little Happier

A Little Happier: The Joy of Listening to Music—Even for Someone Like Me.

I’m thrilled that the copyright laws mean that now I’m able to play this beautiful song—George Gershwin’s “Rhapsody in Blue”—for listeners.
Podcast 234: Try the SLANT Approach to Listen Better, and Dealing with a Sweetheart Who Doesn’t Show Enthusiastic Support
Podcast 234

Podcast 234: Try the SLANT Approach to Listen Better, and Dealing with a Sweetheart Who Doesn’t Show Enthusiastic Support

Try the S.L.A.N.T. approach to help yourself listen and learn more effectively, an easy way to do a happiness-boosting good deed, and how to deal with a sweetheart who responds very unenthusiastically to good news.
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