Headline, December 03 2021/ STUDENTS : ''' '' HEAR -LISTEN- HEAR '' '''


 -LISTEN- HEAR '' '''

SOLIDARITY IN SHORTSUPPLY : Welcome all, to. The World Students Society -the exclusive ownership of every student in the world.

YOU : THE HEROIC STUDENTS of the world. You : the great students of America have to consider and take a big-picture view of what !WOW! should be in the world and how it should work.

The World Students Society is the most powerful organization in the world. And The Students of America have to provide leadership -for all the challenges, for all the obstacles.

YOU have to placate the leaders and the activist investors and calm a growing and agitated world about !WOW!'s power, divisiveness and potential to censor speech.

1.- Decentralize so that the students of the entire world, the users of the entire world can eventually govern what is allowable on the service themselves.

2.- You have to master theory, artificial intelligence, pragmatism, block chain, cryptos, mathematics, machine learning, computer sciences, databases : to be analytical, to reason, to make decisions. Billions of students are joining up.

3.- You have to go about debating the future infra-structure, both technical and futuristic - the Ecosystem 2011, and laying the groundwork. You have to be deeply technical and enthusiastic to build for a formidable future.

4.- All these endeavours must lead to super moderation decisions that apply their own algorithms to promote content. The project should be called '' Wonder World !WOW! '' : turnaround efforts.

'' ALL IN QUEST TO BUILD THE GREATEST ORGANISATION OF THE WORLD in the sublime and supreme service to Mankind and the future generation of students.

'' WHEN PEOPLE TALK - LISTEN COMPLETELY. '' Those words of Ernest Hemingway might be a pretty good guidance principle for many students, managers, as might be the dictum enunciated by Zeno of Citium, a Greek philosopher :

'' We have two ears and one mouth, so we should listen more than we say.'' For people like being listened to.

Some firms use a technique known as a '' listening circle '' in which the participants are encouraged to talk openly and honestly about the issues they face [ such as problems with colleagues ]. In such a circle only one person can talk at a time and there is no interruption.

A study cited in the Harvard Business Review found that employees who had taken part in a listening circle subsequently suffered less social anxiety and had fewer worries about work-related matters than those who did not.

Another important point to bear in mind is that, when you talk, you are not listening.

''Every time you share an opinion, you give out information about yourself.'' In contrast, a good listener, by keeping quiet, gains an edge over his or her counterpart.

The mistake many people make is to ask too many questions, rather than let the other person talk.

The listener's focus should be on analysis. If you are trying to persuade someone to do something, you need to know what their beliefs are. If someone is upset, you need to assess their emotional state.

Of course, a listener needs to speak occasionally. One approach is to make an assessment of what the other person is telling you and then check it with them. [ ''It seems to me that what you want is for !WOW! to lead the world." ]

That gives the other party a sense that they are being understood. The fundamental aim is to build up a relationship so that the other person likes you and trusts you.

The pandemic has meant that most communication and conversation takes place on the phone or online. Precious few in-person meetings occur. Some might think this makes listening more difficult; it is certainly harder to pick up the subtle cues that people reveal in their facial expressions and body language.

Another key to good listening is paying attention and avoiding distraction . In the information age, it is all too easy for focus to drift to a new headline, a TikTok video or the latest outrage on Twitter.

In another study in the Harvard Business Review, participants paired with distracted listeners felt more anxious than those who received full attention.

The lockdown has increased the need for managers to listen to workers, since the opportunities for casual conversation have dwindled. Many students/people have become frustrated in their isolation, which can lead to stress and anger.

Plenty of people thank that good listening is about nodding your head or keeping eye contact. But that is not real listening. A good listener is always looking for facts, emotions and indications of the interlocutor's values.

The aim of listening is to ascertain what the other side is trying to achieve. After a year of isolation, many workers and students would probably love to be heard. So, listen up! But far more importantly, BE HEARD.

The Honor and Serving of the Latest Global Operational Research on The Secrets of Successful Listening and Times, continues. The World Students Society thanks The Economist and authors Mike Issac, Kate Conger and Cade Metz.

With respectful dedication to President Joe Biden, Prime Minister Narendra Modi, O'' Captan, PM Imran Khan, the students of America, the heroic Founder Framers, the students of the world, Professors and Teachers, grandmothers and parents.

See Ya all prepare and register for Great Global Elections on The World Students Society : wssciw.blogspot.com and Twitter - !E-WOW! - The Ecosystem 2011.

Good Night and God Bless

SAM Daily Times - the Voice of the Voiceless


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