The persistent din of modern life and technology has made listening an exhausting task. Thus, many people have simply tuned out, retreating into their own cocoons of sound via their headphones. Sound consultant Julian Treasure states his case for tuning back in: Become a better listener and you will connect and build understanding with those around you. Though his examples could use some fleshing out, getAbstract recommends Treasure’s brief lecture to anyone who feels modern life has impinged on their ability to listen well.
In this summary, you will learn
- Which factors challenge optimal listening,
- How to become a better listener and
- Why listening ought to feature in school curricula.
About the Speaker
Julian Treasure is chairman of The Sound Agency, which advises on the importance of environmental acoustics.
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