How To Master Active Listening in 3 Steps

Today’s post is the last tip in a three part series on active listening written by Patrick Ewers, an executive coach and founder of Mindmaven. Be sure to check out his tip #1 and tip #2.

Tip #3 Fire the second dart.

You can guide the conversation and train yourself to listen at the same time by asking an intelligent follow up questions.

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Backstory Elements: Quote or Objective

The quote is one of our favorite features on Backstory and we’re excited to see tons of great ones go up in that section in just a couple of weeks. However, if you’re job hunting, that space can be a great place to put your career or job objective. A few weeks ago we gave some tips on how to write a compelling career objective. Now, you can put those tips to good use for your Backstory.

Ben Lippert, in our header photo, is a great example of someone using the quote section perfectly for this exact purpose. Here’s his objective below.

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Backstory Elements: Resume

Since releasing Backstory just last week, we’ve seen an incredible amount of people add the feature to their pages. As you’re building out your Backstory, we want to share some great pages and tips to help you create one that attracts others to you.

In our header image we have filmmaker, rock climber and stuntman, Shane Borza whose Backstory section combined with his great page and compelling photo, really caught our attention. We love his entire Backstory but we specifically want to hone in on what we think is the best part, his resume.

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