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Help reluctant people make commitments

  • Listen to constructive dissent. Don’t minimize concerns.
  • Keep the big picture in focus. Describe success and tell stories of past success.
  • Create safety nets. Make commitment less dangerous.
  • Make commitments. Reluctant teams are often led by leadership that’s playing it safe.
  • Build relationships. Strong connection enables deep commitment.
  • Divide responsibility between several people.

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The problem of reluctance is commitment, not negativity.

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People with a sense of purpose are focused, self-motivated and unable to be deterred or distracted from what they believe is their goal in life. This sense of meaning and purpose informs them of what to focus on and what’s getting in the way.

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Mark Manson

“Life is essentially an endless series of problems—the solution to one problem is merely the creation of the next. Don’t hope for a life without problems. Hope for a life full of good problems.”

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