Heavy-sounding topics today, but ones we really need to learn how to create dialogue around.
I know I’ve been teased about using the term dialogue so much, but I’ll take the teasing because I feel really strongly about that being a skill that would help so much in our understanding of different points of view.
I define dialogue as “suspending previous assumptions in order to learn from each other.”
And I 100% believe that if we all get better at that, our world will shift to the positive.
So today I share some of my own experiences over the past week, including the announcement of my new book coming soon! Watch for more on P.O.W.E.R. Tools @ Work: Helping Leaders Build a Strong, Engaged & Connected Culture, coming to Amazon very soon!
I also talked about this article addressing the Self-Deception and Self-Awareness link that can keep us from growing and learning. It’s a crucial conversation, for sure. I’d encourage you to take a look.
And here is the quote from Abraham Hicks:
“When we build community based on truth and authenticity rather than masks, false perfection, and being phony, we connect, heal, and thrive.”
Let’s keep talking – dialoguing – and learning.