Often people have a focus over what they need to illustrate but communication effectiveness is less to do with talking and has much to do with what a person is listening. Listening properly implies not only words based understanding or the data to be communicated but also emotional understanding over which the speaker is attempting to present communication. There is a major contrast between listening engagement and hearing simply. When one really engages in listening, when one is engaged with what has been explained then it is also evident that what the emotions of the speaker hold in terms of trying to communicate. When one calls their selves an engaged listener then not only are they able to properly acknowledge the other individual but they also are able to make the other person’s involved in the conversation to be understood and heard which in turn helps in building deep connections and strong ones (Barton 2014). Through communication in this manner, one will also be able to experience a process which results in lowering tension and supporting emotional and physical well-being. If individual being talked to has calmness in a situation for example where listening is an engaged manner then this in turn helps in calming other individuals. In the same way, if something has agitation, it is possible to help them calm through making their listening in a manner which is attentive and make the individual feel they are being understood appropriately.