Are you tired of trying to convince people that you’re right? Be honest. I will. I for sure am. Trying to convince people of my valid (ahem…right) reasons for doing what I do is exhausting and rarely works. I am going to share a little inspiration that will help you profoundly. You will stop trying to be right and realize how to think again and be okay with even (deep breath) being wrong.
I have recently embraced this practice of what Adam Grant calls “thinking like a scientist” and I want to share it with you. If you are willing to stop being so exhausted from convincing people of your rightness, this one is for you.
Here’s what we’re getting into:
- Noticing the traps we tend to fall into
- Naming when we are using way too much energy to be right instead of getting it right
- Why even just being willing to think again makes a big difference
If you’re exhausted from trying to convince others of your rightness and awesomeness but don’t know what to do about it, you need to listen to this episode. Let’s do it!
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