Listen fully and patiently to othersAlthough it was a farming village, there was no crop. Everyone is starving. An expert team came to learn why. They examined and studied the weather, soil, water, etc. in a few days. Everything is most suitable for cultivation. They called the farmers and said: "We will start cultivating tomatoes here tomorrow. We have never seen such good soil! We can show that the cultivation is successful. "A farmer headman stood up to say something, but they refused to say it. "You should not make any excuses," the team of experts forbade him. In two days they completed the cultivation and left the field and returned. When they returned a few days later to assess the progress of the crop, all the tomato plants were destroyed. They asked the farmers: "What happened?" The head of the farmers said: "What we were trying to say that day was that you did not agree. It's not because of the bad weather or bad soil, it's because of the animals from the nearby forest attack that destroys now and then everything."
We must allow others to tell us what to say. We must be prepared to listen. Knowledge alone is enough to tell. But listening also requires willingness and patience. Not all scenes can be seen with one's own eyes alone. Do not boast that all sounds can be heard only with your ears. Only by listening to the pros and cons, one can distinguish between the two.
Research that is done solely to prove one's expertise and knowledge may not be effective. If you want to study someone or place, you have to live there!
The study reports and the opinions are away from the reality if it is prepared from a distant perspective over a short period. If trying to know anything, need to know it from all sides. The role of counselor should be taken only if one is willing to identify the real problems that everyone is facing.