Nothing Is Picture Perfect Until You Learn How To Reframe
Ruminations on Leadership
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Sarah,

I totally relate to your post. I find it really hard to re-frame. Even though I consider myself a very open minded person, once I am certain about something is hard for me to change my perspective. Just like you said, I have learned it takes time to work on it and allow yourself to be a little bit more flexible when it comes to changing a perspective. In my case, leadership courses, as well as a few sociology ones have helped me develop this weakness, and even turn it into a strength. When it comes to human behavior, specially if it’s about yourself it becomes hard to understand the why behind our actions, but I am quite sure with the right tools you will be able to get to know yourself better, and therefore allow yourself to be more flexible and re-frame.

  • Attn: Ashley M.
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