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Consider the relationship type

Consider the relationship type

When you’re deciding whether to share with others, think in concentric circles. Your close friends and family are in your inner circle and will know the most about you, but as you expand out from your centre, people may know less.

When you build your relationship, try revealing a little, then followed by a bit more. Appreciate the diversity of relationships with a variety of people.

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Being yourself without oversharing

Being yourself without oversharing

Research has found that workers are happier and satisfied with their work when they feel they can be themselves. Conversely, when people must hide their true identity at work, they may have lower job satisfaction and be more likely to leave their employer.

While people need to be themselves...

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Allow the relationship to unfold

Relationships are built over time. Research shows that a meaningful depth of relationships occurs after about 60 hours invested together. When your relationship is already strong, intimate details tend to strengthen it. But if you open up too soon, it can derail a relationship.

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Think about the task at hand

At work, it's okay to have relationships with people who are not your best friends. Remove the pressure to develop intimacy at work.

Consider how to build each connection. Consider whether your intended share is important to the success of the work relationship. For example, if the team is ...

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Consider what is "off imits"

Consider what is "off imits"

Some things should be left unsaid in a work setting.

Steer clear from politics or gossip. Other off-topic issues could include money, relationship challenges, or health issues.

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Consider the status of your career

Give thought to the impact of your openness. Everything you share will leave an impression, even the throw-away statements you don't consider memorable in the moment.

Consider if the information you share will strengthen or weaken someone's perception of you. Also, give thought to whether y...

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The circle of influence

The relationships you build are going to affect you, your business and your life’s trajectory.

In the circle of influence, everything you do is going to influence those close to you. At the same time, everything that people in your circle of influence do can affect you.

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Make Connections

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Three Big Lessons About Relationships

  • Social connections are good for us, and loneliness is toxic. The people that are more socially connected to family, to friends, to the community, are happier, they're physically healthier, and they live longer than people who are less well connected.
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