I recently had the interesting experience of, in one week, having an extended chat with two people. One of them was much more interested in telling me about their world and their views than in hearing what I thought. The other was more interested in what I was talking about and what I was interested in...
That's what provoked the latest Pegasus NLP Newsletter which has just been published. It's about these two types of people and how to recognise them https://www.nlp-now.co.uk/nlp_rapport_genuine_interest.htm
It's also about a very large group people - the ones who have very little interest in anyone other than themselves - and who use others as unwitting, and often unwilling, audiences for their own ego-fulfillment.
But why do they get away with this?
Because so many of us 'don't like to hurt peoples feelings' by telling them the truth about themselves 🙂