The Conversation

Occupational hazard: I had always considered myself an empathetic person, but it has become harder for me to walk away from situations in which I think I could help. It’s great to let your passion drive you, but you need to find balance. I try to always remember: There’s a difference between listening to someone and really hearing them. I really try hard to hear. Sometimes it’s harder to do, but it’s more rewarding. The best advice I ever got: Be immune to criticism and responsive to feedback. It helped me break out of conformity. The worst :  “Don’t rock the boat” It kept me under the hypnosis of social conditioning for long time.


 

Positively Purging-I welcome your feedbacks in the comments and your likes and passing the real life wisdom on to others as I embark on this new venture of “positively purging“, as I know each of these pieces represents something…

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4 Responses to The Conversation

  1. jeffw5382 says:

    Ther isn’t much that requires as much energy as paying attention. Interest is required and the wisdom to discern the appropriate response. The consciousness of perspective and perception of the party’s involved will be imperative. I like to include being careful not being attached to my preferences

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  2. I always tell myself to pay close attention to what someone is saying because I just might surprise myself and learn something.

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