March 12, 2015

Sit Back and Say Less

As leaders, we are natural problem-solvers. We love moving the conversation forward, finding solutions, and creating action. We often feel the responsibility to have all the answers and, let’s face it, we like all the attention. But this can lead...

As leaders, we are natural problem-solvers. We love moving the conversation forward, finding solutions, and creating action. We often feel the responsibility to have all the answers and, let’s face it, we like all the attention. But this can lead to us talking more than we listen and speaking up more than we sit back.

But when we choose to go against our take-charge nature, we allow the conversation to move in a new direction it never otherwise would have. In this quick video, I encourage you to sit back, say less, and watch what happens!

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  1. David Markesbery says:

    Wow this is going to be hard for me, and something I’m going to have to work hard on, because as you said it, I always am thinking of what to say next. Thanks for the powerful insight!
    I love your work Christy
    David