The Experience of Time as Listeners

Have you noticed any differences in how you experience time during your listening sessions vs time in your ordinary life? I’m asking because time is on my mind. And because I recall several occasion when we, as listeners, have talked about how we...

What Contributes to Your Way of Listening?

Per usual, I began this letter today by combing through free stock photos for blogs. With no idea in mind… simply waiting to be taken by an image… I stumbled across this Pantone 578 mug. I spent many years operating an offset printing press and Pantone was...

Still and Quiet

Today I want to thank you all for that moment, that still and quiet moment, just before you put your name on the calendar and commit to a shift. Choosing to take a shift – choosing to take a moment out of our full and busy lives in order to make ourselves...

The Impact of Presence

At our meeting last month, Linda mentioned how our listening impacts people beyond the guests we serve. That we choose to listen, influences people peripheral to the LP. Linda spoke about how she was at dinner with friends and was asked something along the lines of,...

More Than You Can Imagine

The quotation above is simple and sweet. For any of us who have mentioned to others that we volunteer as listeners and received the puzzled response, “What? You just listen?” the poster is a welcomed acknowledgment of listening’s value. Still, the...