Larry King was often called the “world’s greatest interviewer.” People watched and listened as he met with all the great newsmakers of the age and interviewed them.
Here’s what King said about his effectiveness: “I never learned anything while I was talking.”
Powerful, simple advice.
I had a teacher, E. E. Jennings, pour it out this way:
I kept a card on my study desk with those initials on them until they became a habit. I like to talk and I like to give answers. But it’s better when I listen, question, and observe.