Good listening can be attractive. We’re all told to work on our listening skills to be more present for the people in our lives. It turns out to be a skill that has much in common with being a good editor. At least that’s what a seven-minute video from The School of Life tells us, up on YouTube. Short story legend Raymond Carver enjoyed the skills of editor Gordon Lish in making a classic career, because Lish knew how to listen for Carver’s voice on the page. Have a look at the listening-editor passage, and enjoy the rest of the life advice in the School’s series.