For the growth and learning, it’s crucial to come out of the delusory state of ‘I Know-It-All’. We show much more interest in showcasing our knowledge and our ability to speak. Because of this, we often talk down to someone who knows better than us in any particular area. We need to evaluate our conversations, as it is indeed a feel-good factor to be heard and understood but do we reciprocate the same? We should perceive conversations as opportunities to learn and discover something new. In today’s information-driven world the one who listens more surely receives more information and gains more knowledge. Life is a journey of continuous learning and as LYNDON BAINES JOHNSON said, “If you are not listening, you are not learning.”