People will do things that you don’t understand. This often leads to assumptions, disappointment, frustration and even anger, as your expectations go unmet. However, if you can see that you also do things that people don’t understand, it helps you to be compassionate – to understand that we all do this. From this perspective, you can choose to communicate openly about the situation. Thereby, creating more understanding that will allow you to move forward in your life with stronger relationships, greater peace and contentment, and more happiness.
Coaching Tip #781
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Marcus Straub is Founder and CEO of Life Is Great!™ (LIG) Coaching and Consulting, Inc. based in Grand Junction, Colorado.
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