Decide Whether What's Communicated is Important or not

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@Teep11 (6901)
United States
March 20, 2017 3:19pm CST
Not everything we hear is valuable information. Some of what's said is just isn't worth bothering. We'll have to learn to tune a lot of what's being said out. There will be a lot of disruptions and we can not focus on all things. If the information is of no value and can not help in anyway then the information can go in one ear and out the others. There will be a lot of negativity and if one is "expected to progress" then the negatives have to be left behind. It's important to figure out just what to focus on. "Some of the information supplied isn't something that's needed." If there is criticism then the constructive criticism can be used but if the criticism leans towards hating then leave the criticism over there. There's a lot of critics and some who just continuously find something to criticize about. There's a lot of competition and competitors will do whatever they feel needs to be done in order to get next to their competition. There will be a lot said and a lot will done as well. There will come a time when we'll need to address the issues related to some of the information. Most of what's said may be to distract and not help in some way. That's why it's best to just "proceed" and leave the garbage behind. If what's being said is like attacks then there's no need to even listen to what's being said. Some use such tactics to get others off course. "Not all of What we Hear is Useful." By: Tanikka Paulk
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@suziecat7 (3399)
• Asheville, North Carolina
20 Mar 17
It's true that not all of what we hear is even the truth! But I agree we need to sift through what we ingest before making a decision.