We’re human, which means our “thinking” is not much more than automated responses—those reactions to everything that happens to us—which are totally correct in our eyes (eh, feelings).
Not to mention, but I will, intercepting our automated way of thinking to consider what it must be like to be someone else is generally a futile exercise attempted by only the most well-adjusted and compassionate of us.
But, again, what if you stopped yourself and gave that a try? Focused only on them?
How would that change what you see? What you do? What you accomplish?
In February of this year, while I was doing my morning excellence planning exercise, I did just that.
It’s a big reason why I’ve brought back my Tips for Work and Life® podcast in full force and I’m sharing that story with you today.