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To understand someone you have to listen to them first - you need to see the problem from their perspective first.
Try Empathic Listening - You listen first, then try to understand and ask questions about the thinking process.
"The time to be understood is when the conversation leads to logic and advice is requested."
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Create an Abundance Mindset - There are plenty of things for all and if I want to win, no one has to lose.
Always think of a Win-Win situation where both sides are mutually happy with the final decision.
Imagine yourself at a funeral. Many people are gathered for the person who has died. When you see the name of the dead person - you see that it's your name.
Now there are 3 persons who are going to give a short speech about you. One person is one of your family members (maybe wife or husban...
"I'm free to choose and I'm responsible for my choices."
Collaborate and value the differences of others.
There are many things that cannot be achieved by only one person, you need to take help from others and also help them.
The key idea is - "The whole is greater than the sum of its parts."
"What is the most important thing in this moment?" - Focus on the things that really matter.
Categories your tasks -
What do you want in 5, 10, 15 years of your life with clear details
Why do you want to be remembered?
Find your WHY. Write it down as a Personal Mission Statement. And remember - 'Anything can be possible!'
"Give me six hours to chop down a tree and I will spend the first four sharpening the axe."
Taking care of your health beforehand is always better than going to the doctor after you feel ill.
This habit is focused on continuous growth and improvement and embodies all the other habits.
You need to focus on Quadrant 2 (Important & No...
"If I want to improve my situation, I can work on the one thing over which I have control myself."
"Courage isn't absent of fear, it is the awareness that something else is important."
"Sow a thought reap an action; Sow an action reap a habit; Sow a habit reap a character; Sow a character reap a destiny."
These first three habits are about self-mastery or becoming Dependent to Independent.
But to achieve more you need to go to the next step (habits - #4, #5 & #6)- Becoming Interdependent or Thinking like a team - The attitude of 'WE'.
"How you see the problem is a problem."
A learner who loves to share wisdom on personal growth, happiness, and success on Deepstash. Topics include motivation, habits, goals, and mindset. Believes that everyone can achieve their dreams with the right attitude and action.
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Before we can offer advice, suggest solutions, or effectively interact with another person in any way, we must seek to deeply understand them and their perspective through empathic listening.
To listen empathically requires a fundamental paradigm shift. We typically seek first to be underst...
People won't express their soft centers unless they feel genuine love and understanding.Once they feel it, they will tell you more than you may want to hear.
So, when someone is speaking try to understand first.Don't pretend you are listening, don't judge the speaker from your self-centered...
• Most people listen with the intent to reply, not to understand. You listen to yourself as you prepared in your mind what you are going to say, the questions you are going to ask, etc. You filter everything you hear through your life experiences, your frame of reference.
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