What if practicing 3 simple things consistently could not only make you happier but could also gift you 4 hours back in your week?

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In this week's episode of the Hacking Happy podcast, I'm talking to what I term the global guru on listening, Oscar Trimboli, to explore how listening can help us lead happier, healthier, and more productive lives.

Together we discuss how listening is perhaps not what you think it is, why so many of us struggle with it and how to become a better listener in the context of yourself, others, and the world around you.

Trust me you won't want to miss the mind-blowing insights Oscar shares.

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