Use the Majority – Video

A look at the concepts that it takes to be successful in business and in the workforce in general. The speaker discusses the importance of listening, being restrained in becoming angry, and building effective relationships within the work environment. The speaker delves into the concept of having two ears, but only one mouth, and how a person should use the majority (a person’s ears rather than their mouth,) when engaging in discussions and problem solving among their peers. The speaker also cites biblical references to back up his advice and encourages people to back up, slow down, and listen instead of reacting. By doing so, he reassures his audience that they can create and maintain functional relationships within their respective working environments.

Key Points of Video:

  • 1To be more effective at work listen at work more than you talk
  • 2Thinking of how to respond while someone is talking is not really listening
  • 3Consider the other person’s perspective before answering

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Ray is the Co-Founder of Truth At Work. Prior to this role, he served as CEO until January 2016. In his role of Co-Founder, Ray is responsible for building high level strategic relationships on behalf of Truth At Work, facilitates several Round Table Groups, helps establish new markets, develops new curriculum, as well as serving as host of Truth At Work’s “Bottom Line Faith” podcast series. Additionally, Ray is in the process of writing two new books that will be released in the coming months. Ray is also a highly sought after speaker at churches and retreats across America, where for years he has challenged followers of Christ to integrate their faith in and through the marketplace on a daily basis. He is also part of the speaking faculty for Orlando, Florida based “Man In the Mirror” ministry where he conducts seminars and retreats across the country.

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