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Why Do I Assume I'm Wrong?

There is this fascinating interplay of thoughts that occur for me when I’m learning something
new or I’m working in a group or, perhaps, I find myself in a bit of a pickle due to some
miscommunication.

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BethWonson
If You Want to Be a Victim, Finding a Team Is Easy

If You Want to Be a Victim, Finding a Team Is Easy

It’s relatively easy to find a group of people who you resonate with, who you’re comfortable with, who agree with you on a variety of topics. But finding a team that helps you grow and be stronger, that sheds light on places where you may have blind spots? Well, that’s a different topic altogether, and it’s our topic for today.

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Don't Look at the Coffee

When I was a waitress (way back before they were called servers, and when every cup of coffee came with saucer under it), I struggled to get a full cup of coffee from one side of the dining room to the other without spilling any into the saucer – and customers strongly disliked getting a saucer full of coffee with a cup that was half empty.

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Stopping the Slippery Slope Cycle

I don’t know about you, but for me, when things go bonkers in my life, I tend to go down the same old slippery slope. At 58 years of age, you’d think I’d be better at avoiding this unproductive cycle. The thing about the Slippery Slope Cycle is that, for each of us, there are generally 3 or 4 core thoughts, feelings, fears, or situations that trigger the thoughts, feelings, or behaviors which are the impetus for the cycle.

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