Are you aware that the art of listening is tied to effective leadership? Do you know that listening skill has been identified as one of the top skills employers seek in both entry-level and promoted employees?
According to stats by the International Listening Association, “Spoken words only account for 30-35% of the meaning. The rest is transmitted through nonverbal communication that only can be detected through visual and auditory listening.”
As a parent or would-be parent, how would you talk to your little, young, tender, fragile but curious mind about Sex? At what stage would you recommend this teaching? Do you see any need to have this sort of chat with them at all? While you read this article written by David Thomas on Lifeway.com, I’d love to hear your opinion below on this subject.
When my daughter was 6 and her twin brothers were 4, I took them to the hospital to see a friend’s new baby. On the drive, I retold all three of my children the stories of their own births. I should have predicted what I was getting myself into.
Body language is a vital part of the communication of feelings, attitudes, mindset and personality. You say a lot with your body than you say with actual words because your body language only amplifies what you’re already saying. How you walk, sit, stand, gesture, speak or dress can tell exactly who you are and what your intentions are.