For Men Who Suck At Listening – SC 30

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Do you know how to listen to an emotional woman? Yikes!

This one’s for the men out there (and yes, some women are not great listeners as well, I get that). If you’re anything like me you know it can be hard to listen to your woman. It’s probably in your best interest to sharpen your listening skills in a way that opens her up and softens her.  How do you do that?

In 3 simple steps, which I outline in the podcast.  I talk about what it means to FRACK your woman, and why you want to avoid it.  Also I share 3 words to tell your woman so that she feels validated.  Finally, I bring in a great rule of thumb I share with my wife when it comes to listening and understanding her. You’ll want to hear this one, as it was a game-changer for our whole relationship.  Make sure to leave a comment or any questions you have below!

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If you want to get her to calm down, or open up to you, download this: 

Cheat Sheet: Less Drama

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  • Keith Kollberg

    Reply Reply January 8, 2016

    Good Day,

    Just listened to “For men who Suck at Listening ”
    Oh Boy….Oh Girl….Awesome…
    Will be listening over and over and over. Sense that the patterns were established at a young age in family.
    Interesting on every point …..exactly what I do in relationship.
    Looking forward in kicking this one in the ass.
    Will be taking the information deeply within, working 24/7 with this information.
    Perfect timing for me….so Thank You…

    • Jayson

      Reply Reply January 8, 2016

      Keith. So glad you “got it” and are motivated to kicking it in the ass. Solid. No, Thank you.

  • scott

    Reply Reply January 14, 2016

    Everything you have covered is true for me what a revelation totally makes sense now. Always felt uncomfortable around my partners emotions and either shut down or walked away confused. All down to how I grew up in a dysfunctional family environment where there was no manual as such to refer to. Thank you Jayson so much for the tools and advice I will keep listening and learning a new way and change the habits of a life time.

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