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Month: September 2012

Three filters for your words

This month, I’ve heard two speakers talk about the three questions to ask before we open our mouths to tell someone ‘the truth’. Is it true? Is it kind? Is it necessary? I call them the three filters to put our words through before we speak them.

Certainly the three filters are important when speaking directly to a person, sending an email, SMS or other correspondence.

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Are you a carrot, egg or coffee?

Each week, I talk to so many people who are facing very stressful situations at work and in their personal lives. When preparing for a recent Individual Resilience workshop, I came across a great fable that describes the different ways we can respond to stressors–and the impact our responses can have on the outcome of the situation, not to mention our wellbeing.

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