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The next time you're in a coffee shop, listen to the conversations. You'll find that most of them have to do with human relationship complaints.

Are tension and repetitive dysfunctional behavior patterns wearing you down in your relationships?  Do you wish that you could have a light, easy-breezy summer with smooth-flowing relations?  I have just the product for you!  Relationship Richer not only smooths out your relations but it also increases your leadership abilities and your earning potential!

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The potent ingredient in Relationship Richer is "Active Listening."  People feel respected when you listen to them and hurt and angry when you don't.  For a skill that’s so simple it’s a shame that relationships break down because people don’t use it or don’t know how to use it.  Therefore, I’ve come up with the secret ingredients, and I’m going to let you in on them and how to become an Active Listener.

Most human beings do not listen properly and it hinders their success, which is always driven by relationships.  Now listen closely, here are the secret ingredients that make up Active Listening:

First, look the speaker in the eyes while they talk.  Eyes are the portal to the soul. Relationships are strong when each person feels respected.  Eye contact = respect.

Second, stop everything else you're doing and listen.  If you're busy doing other tasks, you send a message to the other person that what they say is unimportant and that you're only halfway there for them.  Again, no respect.

Third, let the speaker finish before you respond.  Saying, "OK," acting like you understand, or interrupting the person before they’ve had a chance to finish indicates a complete lack of presence. It also says you care more about you than you do about them.  As the saying goes, "'Tis better to remain silent and be thought a fool, than to open one's mouth and remove all doubt."

People who listen more than they speak are smarter because they’re learning all the time.  When you’re talking, you’re not learning anything.  Research has found that wealthy people listen far more than they talk. Would you like to have a wealth mind-set?  Start today by pausing a beat before you speak.  I left one of the most significant relationships of my life because the other person would not listen.  Don't let it happen to you.

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Heather Hans, LCSW, MSW, MBA, CPIC, is a Visionary, Healer & Teacher, and the author of The Heart of Self-Love: How to Radiate with ConfidenceIt is Heather's firm belief that loving oneself is necessary to have fulfilling relationships and a successful life.  Join Heather’s 30-Day confidence challenge at heatherhans.avanoo.com