This reminds us to focus more on the outcomes we want and our strengths than on our problems and barriers.
Toddlers who stumble and fall aren’t broken; they need practice. Fixing is a backward-facing activity that centers on mistakes and weaknesses. Move forward; don’t fix.
Leaders grow leaders. Developing isn’t fixing. Growth suggests they aren’t there, yet. Can you live with people who haven’t arrived? Can you accept people who aren’t as skilled as you? Damn, they’re frustrating. (Sarcasm intended)
Start fresh; don’t fix.
- How would you handle this relationship if this was its beginning point?
- How can you address this situation as if you just stepped in?
- If this moment was the beginning point, what would you do?
- Is it possible to move forward without bringing up the past?
- What’s the next step regardless of the past?
Imagine you were hired today. What would you do?
Baggage from the past distracts, drains, and invites defensiveness. Leave baggage at the station if:
- It’s been acknowledged.
- There’s forward…
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