Each time we turn around, each time we blink our eyes we are confronted by a world of distractions, and most of these distractions are of little value what we are thinking about or what we are trying to accomplish. I could go as far as saying that most of the daily distractions invading out space are offering us more harm than good and surely do nothing to help us learn how to be a good listener.
Noticing when a customer needs help and information is key to creating a working relationship with them. Once you notice the customers cues it’s important to encourage them to ask questions freely, to let them know you are there to not only sell them something but also to be of service answering the questions they may not even know they have. Learning how to be a good listener will give you the tools you need to anticipate the customers needs.