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Coach Kim
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VALIDATION - of Yourself and Others

Published on 9/21/2011
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I read some reflective literature today regarding choosing not to judge others. Frankly it is easier to focus on the shortcomings of those around us, than it is to recognize their gifts and potential. One speaker put it this way at a conference: Pretend everyone you meet today is wearing a t-shirt that says, "MAKE ME FEEL GOOD ABOUT MYSELF” Why is that important? Because the way you treat people usually dictates how they treat you – there is a proportional and a directional relationship. And of course, there is always the indirect factor... the boss chews out the employee, who barks at his secretary, who is short tempered with the cafeteria worker, who gets in an argument with her husband, who yells at the son, who kicks the dog. I have found, that generally speaking, trouble rolls downhill – fortunately you can choose to be the perpetrator, the victim, or the Change Agent. I encourage you to define your role and then to take it seriously. Once you determine the type of person you are (your role) when trouble comes your way, then you will automatically react according to YOUR STANDARDS and not blow in whatever direction is convenient at the time. So… encourage yourself – after all, you are wonderful, and bright, and creative, and full of potential – you can do WHATEVER you put your mind to – now go out and remind others of their greatness. Choose to Be All You Can Be, Coach Kim
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