“Most of the successful people I’ve known are the ones who do more listening than talking.”
-Bernard Baruch

This is something I’ve done before a few times and still feel it’s never enough. I’m talking about listening.

Yes, I’ve posted and reposted this article a few times. And I continue doing so periodically because I feel it’s crucial in building a relationship with all of you members and readers. And hence, here is that article to give YOU, the reader, your time under the spotlight:

I’ve often felt that sometimes it’s better to let someone know you’re there for them rather than try to be their savior (unless they specifically indicate otherwise.

Technology has made much of society so insular that sometimes all people care about are the number of likes and comments they get.

Because of that, listening seems to be a lost art.

I’ve done this before and would like to repeat this exercise. I would like to listen to you, the reader.

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Hi, I'm Neel! I'm a writer (fiction and poetry), a journalist and currently working in the advertising business. I'm also a mental health advocate, having been diagnosed with clinical depression a few years ago.

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