WOMEN in RECOVERY – Listening

It’s easy to get busy in life trying to do everything at once. You can listen and work at the same time but sometimes multi-tasking isn’t the best use of our time.

Sometimes we have to

stop, look people in the eyes,

and give them the gift of listening.

We need to take time to deposit value in their hearts. We need to support one another, and listening is an amazing way of doing just that.

As you go about your day, your Higher Power reminds you to give people the gift of listening. It seems like such a little thing, but those little deposits will eventually make a big difference.

When you make deposits in people, you are making Deposits in Eternity, and that is what pleases the Heart of God.

Are You a Good Listener?”

Professor Eleanor Earl – Types of Listening Skills

Eleanor Earl, Assistant Professor
Eleanor Earl has been an Assistant Professor of English at Hampton University since 2003. She also serves as the Cinema Studies Program Coordinator. She teaches courses in Screenwriting, Introduction to Motion Pictures, Film Criticism, English Literature and Written Communication. Professor Earl is a 2009 recipient of the Edward L. Hamm Distinguished Teaching Award. Previously, she was an Adjunct Professor of Communication and Humanities at Pepperdine University in Malibu, CA for five years. During her time in Los Angeles she established E. L. Earl Entertainment, Inc., a company that develops film, television, theatre, and music projects. She has worked as manager to the co-founder of HBO’s Def Poetry, Bruce George, and Executive produced a television pilot, The 20 Questions with The Diamond Film Company. Recently, she co-authored a book with film producer, Monty Ross, Blacks Behind–the-Scenes in Film and Television, which will be published in 2010. Currently, she is a producer on the feature film adaptation of Omar Tyree’s, Leslie. As a poet, she was featured alongside Nikki Giovanni and Sonia Sanchez for the “Saturn Women 2 Women Tour” at the 20th Century Fox Studios in Los Angeles, CA. Ms. Earl earned a B.A. in Rhetoric and Communication Studies from The University of Virginia, and an M.A. in Humanities from Old Dominion University, with graduate credits in English Literature from a program held at Oxford University in Oxford, England. She took an M.F.A. in Musical Theatre Writing with a specialization as a Bookwriter, Lyricist, and Librettist from The Tisch School of the Arts at New York University.
Phone: (757) 727-5506
E-mail: eleanor.earl@hamptonu.edu

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