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Paul Axtell is an expert at communications and conversation. He sat down with Vance Crowe to talk about how people can improve the way they communicate both with their families and at work. The conversation covered topics like how to listen better, how to interpret body language, the downside of talking over video and what people can do to have others pay attention to them.
12:51 What's the main workflow difference between politics and private sector
21:31 How to communicate better
25:01 Patterns in communication
29:48 why eye contact is crucial
33:38 Why non-verbals are so important
37:47 VR Headset for communicators
43:20 VR vs social media communication
45:59 The mainstream problem of digital meetings
49:47 Writing meeting notes
52:17 Checking on people whether they're listening or not
55:35 How can a communicator value what he is putting out in the world
1:04:12 Why you don't have to be a genius in order to succeed in communications
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