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The 3 Keys to Becoming Irresistible

Empathy

Empathy

Empathy breeds compassion, connection, and love. It brings people closer and makes others feel understood and less alone.

Empathetic people genuinely care, but they also respect and understand the boundaries and privacy of the people that surround them.

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The 3 Keys to Becoming Irresistible

The 3 Keys to Becoming Irresistible

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The 3 keys for unlocking your best self

There are three elements that, when mixed together, have the potential to create a spellbinding supernova of a person, that is able to take over their life and lead others at the same time: Humility, Curiosity, and Empathy.

Humility

The root of all growth, learning, and kindness, humility is the absence of entitlement. 
Humility annihilates ignorance and cultivates grace at the same time.  

Curiosity

The main driver for our quest for knowledge, novelty, experience, and connection, curiosity is a solid foundation for a life filled with stories, memories, and accomplishments.

Thorugh the eyes of curios person, the world is too large and our time on it too short to ever remain fully satisfied in any of our pursuits.

Empathy

Empathy breeds compassion, connection, and love. It brings people closer and makes others feel understood and less alone.

Empathetic people genuinely care, but they also respect and understand the boundaries and privacy of the people that surround them.

When stacked together...

... humility is the soul. Curiosity is the mind. Empathy is the heart.

Humility is how you value yourself. Curiosity is how you value your others. Empathy is how you value the bonds between yourself and others.

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When we are curious, we view tough situations more creatively. Studies have found that curiosity is associated with less defensive reactions to stress and less aggressive reactions to provocation. 

Reduced group conflict

Curiosity encourages members of a group to put themselves in one another’s shoes and take an interest in one another’s ideas rather than focus only on their own perspective. Thus, conflicts are less heated, and groups achieve better results.

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Feeling included in organizations

Feeling included in organizations

What leaders say and will contribute up to 70 % to whether an individual will feeling included. 

The more people feel included, the more they speak up, go the extra mile, and collabor...

Traits inclusive-leaders share

  • They articulate an authentic commitment to diversity, challenge the status quo, hold others accountable, and make diversity and inclusion a personal priority.
  • They are modest about capabilities, admit mistakes, and create the space for others to contribute.
  • They show awareness of personal blind spots, as well as flaws in the system.
  • They demonstrate an open mindset and deep curiosity about others.
  • They are attentive to others’ cultures and adapt as required.
  • They empower others and focus on team cohesion.

The most important trait

If a leader wants to know what is the most important trait, commitment is the most critical.
For those working around a leader, the single most important trait is a leader's visible awareness of bias - a leader that constantly challenges their own bias and encourage others to note their pre-conceived leanings. Raters also care about humility and empathy.

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The Ego is confusing

The Ego is a confusing paradox. Many are in agreement that ego was bad, that it destroyed creativity and happiness, that they knew plenty of toxic egomaniacs who had wrecked themselves. But they st...

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"One does not need to be an egotistical maniac to be successful. 

This is one of the most misleading and destructive myths in all of Western culture."

Trouble starts with Ego

It starts where our notion of ourselves and the world grows so strong that it begins to distort the reality which surrounds us. 

The ego has then succeeded in completely separating us from the world.

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