The importance of listening is something that countless guests have shared with us on Grace in 30. Yet it seems to be in short supply these days. When we don’t have our heads buried in our mobile phones or connected to earbuds, we’re formulating the next thing we’re going to say while someone else is talking. Even worse, our failure to truly listen leads us to miss out on the need, pain, and suffering of people all around us. Today’s guest is Art Bennett, CEO and President of Catholic Charities of the Arlington Diocese, and the co-author of Tuned In: The Power of Pressing Pause and Listening. Art joins us to talk about what listening really is, how to do it with purpose, and the benefits and joys of doing so.
Treat everyone you meet as a real person.
Listening is more than hearing.
A way to break our transactional nature.
FULL ART BENNETT INTERVIEW
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For more information: Tuned In: The Power of Pressing Pause and Listening; Catholic Charities of the Arlington Diocese
Opening music by Chris Tomlin, Your Grace Is Enough