JKLTip Take care of you first, seems backward here, but remember, it is the key to being able to ask, Can I Meet His/Her Needs Better ?
F*$K Off, You Started MY book at Chapter 36 ?
Jerry Seinfeld has an admirable ability to create content without swearing.
Tony Robbins appreciates time and place in terms of swearing, reserved for when you need to particular people’s passions and emotions.
Gary Vee says he swears a lot because it goes from brain & heart to mouth and errs on the side of authenticity
I used to avoid it all together, but, as of the title of this post, I guess I am more in the middle
We need to appreciate that the “worst off” among us, have a very small part of their story that’s different!
Think of people as a chapter book, with hundreds of chapters. Imagine forming an opinion of a Character in a book, if you open it to Chapter 36, read those pages and decide, she’s a good, or bad person?
That’s ludicrous! But it’s what we do all the time… The fix ? Well one thing (I think): When interacting with others, constantly use the filter: “Am I capable of better helping him, or her have their needs met