Four Paradigm Shifts That Could Change Your Life
Tomorrow morning, I hop on a plane to head back home after a few amazing, full, and paradigm-shifting days. I’ve been in Nashville for the past few days, attending Jeff Goins’ inaugural session of Tribe Intensive, an amazing marketing workshop, as well as hosting a mastermind-style intensive of my own. Because I’m tired, I’m keeping the recap short and focused:
- People matter. When you treat them like they matter, they blossom. Sometimes the only difference you can make on the world is starting the ripple effect of letting them know they do.
- When people hurt you, they still matter. Don’t get your feathers ruffled, don’t get defensive, just keep letting them know they matter. Maybe, eventually they’ll soften.
- Try to make a habit of seeing the good in others before they show you the bad. The ugly stuff we do to each other is sometimes just a defensive knee-jerk reaction to an assumption that we’re all out to hurt each other.
- Abundance mentality breeds abundance. Surround yourself with people who are willing to give, and keep giving.
It’s all easier said than done, I know. But so worth the effort of trying.
This is SO good. Needed to hear this today.
(PS-I bought the Day Designer last year and it was the BEST.)
I love the Designer and Haven’t brought yet!…BUT I plan to do just that really soon.
I personally agree..everyone deserves to be appreciated just because we’re HUMAN! For god sake….
QS: I always give compliments to someone at the office who let’s just say she was not as confident as some. However, on this very day we had a chat in the break area and I ask her “Do you ever see yourself becoming a Real Estate Professional (she was an assistant at the time)? ” She says ” No, I don’t want to deal with all of the annoying blah, blah, blah. ” So I begin to praise her work ethic as an assistant because HANDS DOWN she’s GREAT! To make a long story shorter — the lovely assistant has now became an active Selling RealEstate Agent!! Yes! See its what we see in others and letting them know you are worth the try (again)…. She’s knows the ins/outs anyway…her boss is a great teacher too!
Thanks for such pleasant thoughtful treats! 😉