Giving someone the gift of your “full attention” to someone seems easy enough. You an I both know that it almost impossible to deliver on the true meaning of this gift. Cell phones, social media, work, 24/7 connectivity makes it easy for us to be distracted and to give the illusion that we are given someone our full attention.
My guest this week, my friend Jason Simon, is committed to giving you his full attention and I’m delighted he was able to join me for another conversation here on The Conversation Hub. Jason first joined us for episode 22 to talk about his “caffeinated conversation” project.
This conversation had a profound impact on me and, as a result, served as the catalyst to idea I’ve been thinking about for the past several months! Stay tune for more details – in fact, sign up for my newsletter to be “in the know” – you can do so here.
About Jason Simon
Jason’s rules for living are simple: Be where you are. Start with hello. Say thank you.
In addition to writing (mostly letters), speaking, and mentoring, Jason gives his full attention to the following organizations in varying capacities: Toastmasters; Families Like Ours; Big Brothers Big Sisters; Volunteers of America Dispute Resolution Center.
Jason has a M.S. in Conflict Analysis & Resolution from George Mason University and B.A. in Sociology and Community Studies from the University of California, Santa Cruz.
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