Listening is a like a muscle that needs to get flexed. Otherwise, it loses power and is no longer a habit. Slow down, and take the time to listen.
Listen to people, and let them be who they are. Listen as a form of respect, and ask questions to know someone’s motivations and who they are.Learning to listen changed how Kathy LeMay handles fundraising to fulfill missions that create social change. Rather than pitching and asking for money, she embraces radical listening.
For over 25 years, Kathy has been an internationally-recognized public speaker, philanthropic advisor, global social change fundraiser and published author whose purpose-driven life centers on lifting up the voices, stories, leadership and influence of the world's unseen social change warriors and freedom fighters.
Listening and not speaking has helped Kathy to raise about $175 million for causes she represents.
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“Listening is a muscle the needs to get flexed.”- Kathy
“Less anxiety makes you a better listener.” - Kathy
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