In years forward, I don’t know when exactly, our ancestors will look upon our common classifications of people as archaic and barbaric. They will wonder at our stereotypes and labeling of each other. We classify the characteristics of our fellow social beings as male, female, young, old, white, black, Asian, Hispanic, LGBTQ, IQ, EQ level, Christian, Muslim, Buddhist, introvert, extrovert and an infinite number of other sets and subsets. The rise of big data and data analytics has strengthened our ability to see and focus on these classifications.
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How quickly can you name the most important skill in business and life that nobody teaches? How quickly can you name the number one skill that successful people have? Are you watching the presidential debates and noticing the people who listen and answer the question asked are those who really stand out. Don’t you get annoyed when people don’t listen to you or answer questions you weren’t asking? What training did you get as a child on listening? As a grown-up?