A few years ago, Disney World executives were wondering what most captured the attention of toddlers and infants at their theme park and hotels in Orlando, Florida…
But after a couple of hours of close observation, we realized that what most
captured the young children’s attention wasn’t Disney-conjured magic. Instead it was their parents’ cell phones, especially when the parents were using them.
Those kids clearly understood what held their parents’ attention — and they
wanted it too.
Giving undivided attention is the first and most basic ingredient in any relationship.
Read more: What Captures Your Attention Controls Your Life – Kare Anderson – Harvard Business Review http://bit.ly/L0q6Or
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