If you listen way more than you talk, you’ll have WAY more people interested in what you have to say.
How to deal successfully with Reality: Face the facts to deface the illusions. ‘I Can See Clearly Now’ comes out of seclusion.
Sometimes people just want to talk. They don’t want your answers. Your listening will help them find their own. Help them. Listen.
Most things work out in the end if you work on the next one thing to the end. The end (of that one). Next one? Begin.
The difference between accepting what you can’t change and giving up? Accepting frees you faster to change what you can. Do it.
If you ask WHY and WHY NOT a lot, the WHAT, the HOW, the WHERE, the WHO and the WHEN will show up, a LOT. Why? Why not?
Most who seek advice already know the answer. Ask them this question, ‘If you had the answer, what might it be?’ Hello, Answer.
At the crossroads of *Been There/Done That* is a ladder to a great place you’ve never been. Do something different. Climb it.
When two people who disagree on MOST things can agree on ONE thing, most things become less problematic.
It’s not too late to start over. But, if you don’t learn from what took you under, over will be a lousy start. Learn. Begin again.
If you want buy-in for your solution, sell the problem. If you don’t, don’t. But then, you buy more problems. Don’t do that.
To refuse to acknowledge a problem exists is to enlarge the problem. Problems don’t like to be ignored. Acknowledge it. Solve it.