Exercise #1: Bringing Out the Best in Others

One of the foundational principles that supports our power in relationships is our willingness to create room for other people's stuff. By "stuff," I mean the way they view others, the world, and themselves, especially when it is different from and in opposition to our perspective.

Everyone has a unique combination of paradigms in which they view situations, circumstances, and other people. When our paradigms match those of others, there's no conflict. That often characterizes a friendship where two people view life in much the same way. That's what friends often are for each other - righteous, matched opinions!

The challenge comes when others think and act in opposition to our perspective. Our usual reaction to such a conflict might be to oppose or distance ourselves from the other person.


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