What Are Listening Barriers?

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Listening barriers prevent effective listening/communication. A major listening barrier is a distraction. One needs to minimize distractions during communication. Some of the standard distractions are: noise, visual distractions, stress and time. Other barriers to listening include cultural differences, personal biases and closed mindedness.
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