If you’re frustrated that your message isn’t getting through, you should ask yourself if you’re guilty of one of these common things.
If you think you’re not being heard, the natural reaction can be to keep talking. But the more you say, the more likely it is that people will tune you out, says Joe McCormack, author of Noise: Living and Leading When Nobody Can Focus.
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