We sometimes become pretty invested in our false selves, in the “representative,” as Glennon Doyle Melton calls it, that we send out into the world instead of showing up fully and authentically as ourselves. We create representatives to protect ourselves, often in response to unstable or abusive situations. Sometimes, we aren’t yet able to separate our false selves from our real ones. We want to defend the important representative that has worked so hard for us for so long. And that’s okay…so long as we can see where our representative is holding us back, and that it is, of course, the truth that will eventually set us free.
We never know what someone is going through or what they're struggling with. But we can know that we can make a huge difference simply by being kind.
Tom Wojick's insight:
With the rush to judge and blame I thought this advice would be a safe and healing way to approach our interactions. the key is to use our gift and capacity for empathy. Our circumstances may be different, but we can all connect with an emotion or feeling.
Learning to be aware of and how to manage our emotions (EQ) are the keys to our effectiveness, productivity and resiliency. It's also important to realize that emotions are contagious - your intensity could be exhausting your team or family as well.
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Life is an invitation to grow and make a difference. Don't be the one dying with regret. Do not waste another minute being afraid to break out of your rut.
Tom Wojick's insight:
Have you ever felt regret? Not a pleasant feeling, however if we understand it and use to change it can have a positive impact on our being. Unfortunately, we wait to long to take an inventory of our regrets, leaving us little time to transform our regrets into positive and affirming moments in our life.
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