Friday, October 31, 2014
Talk Your Problem Over
When a problem is bothering you, can you share that trouble? Do you have people who will listen without judging to your concerns? Do you know a confidante who will hold your secret fears in trust long enough to hear them out?
Problems require communication. Deep communication. Listening with curiosity. Speaking with clarity. Knowing what matters and keeping focus on the clear boundaries of a larger vision. Problems are part of the journey, why not make them part of the conversation.
The bigger the problem, the greater the need for deeper conversations.
Talk your problem over. Build the relationships you need to deal effectively and with respect to the problems at hand. That's how it works best.
-- Douglas Brent Smith
Curious? Explore our workshop Centered Problem Solving.