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"The significance of The Listening Trilogy is big…very big. With appealing
modesty and great sensitivity, Mark Brady offers the reader a wealth of practical
tips for how to listen more attentively and effectively to others. If only a fraction of
this wise advice could be put into practice, the benefits – for listener and speaker
alike – would be enormous.”
~ Doug McAdam, Ph.D.
Stanford Center for Advanced
Study in the Behavioral Sciences
"A wonderful support for an important practice."
~ Sharon Salzberg, author
Faith and Lovingkindness
"Fascinating books. This is provocative reading."
~ International Listening Association
“True treasures! When we shift our attention toward listening, our whole world
changes. Learning to listen is equal to learning to love. There are tangible ways
that we can deepen our capacity for empathy and presence - transforming our
relationships with our families, friends and ourselves. The Listening Trilogy is a
rare gift indeed!”
~ Ruth Cox, Ph.D.
Institute for Holistic Healing Studies
San Francisco State University
“When you do what I do for a living, it’s rare to find a book that’s practical,
satisfying, learnable and inspirational all in the same breath. The Listening Tril-
ogy is all that and much, much more. Two sets should be issued simultaneously
with every marriage license.”
~ Peter Pearson, co-author
In Quest of the Mythical Mate
co-founder, The Couples Institute
“The Listening Trilogy is a delight. The books are simple, direct and profound;
easy to read and follow. People crave attention and understanding, and these
books will help those in all relationships improve their ability to connect, listen
~ Frederic Luskin, author
Forgive for Good
Director, Stanford Forgiveness Project
“These delightful little books contains huge treasures, the ones that can bring
us back into the joy of being human together. I imagine that if a reader only
focused on two or three of the many skills given here, that they would quickly
become skilled in listening, and would fall in love with the places that real
conversation always takes us.”
~ Margaret J. Wheatley, author
Turning to One Another and
Leadership and the New Science
“Listening is no small skill, and so these little books are no small matter. Every-
one who wants better relationships and more productivity should read them.
They're fun, easy to read and speak to the heart of the matter.”
~ Richard Carlson, Ph.D., author
Don’t Sweat the Small Stuff