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Wow… What have I been telling myself!!!
What if the story you are telling yourself is true, the person is wicked, evil…
I love it! "What story am I telling myself that creates this feeling?" Ill be using that
Good way to think fast before speaking
Such a long pointless talk to convey "Never attribute to malice that which is adequately explained by stupidity"
The story about his teenager hits close to home. So glad I found this video
I watched this for a college class. This is something I try to do in my every day life, but having it articulated so well in such a relatable story is fantastic. Thank you!
Lesson #1, wear a suit, or any attire appropriate for your profession.
I was a teensy bit skeptical when he First started speaking….but it was Right on the Money
Excellent and life changing
This reminds me of a quote from my favorite show: "When you spend every day fighting a war, you learn to demonize your attackers. To you they're evil, they're… subhuman. Because if they weren't, what would that make you?"
Wow… So much value disclosed. Thank you Joseph
Now I want french toast sticks
Your Audio CD set was a game changer for me. I listen to them over and over again. Thank you Joseph.
5:40 husband cheating, creating stories in my own mind, careful
I’m not sure I agree entirely. What if the CEO in his example is actually evil or has poor judgment or whatever character flaw? You can’t just turn a blind eye and assume the best in others because sometimes they do have the flaw or intention you suspect they do. Let me tell you the problem if the CFO continues to participate and speak up in future meetings: he basically gives the CEO a pass for talking to him like that, and normalizes that behavior. The CEO loses respect for the CFO over time, and also feels like his or her words were totally normal, and therefore may use them again in a different setting.
What I’m saying is you can’t let people abuse you like that. You have to resist it.
Thank you for making this video available. examples resonates. Very helpful.
good talk however one distinction I want to make is that our emotional responses are not always products of our cognition/perception. Thoughts are far more complicated than emotions and so emotions arise much faster and spontaneously. So yes the main point here is that we can manage/regulate emotions which have already arose with our cognition
This is a great tool to help us in all of our relationships.
Our instructor showed this clip in our Challenges of Leadership class, the story with Joseph's son really resonated with me; we need to not let our own false assumptions over-rule and take a step back to analyze the situation and not allow anger to control us and our conversations with others.
Crucial Conversations is a text that I'll be using in my leadership class. I plan on sharing this video as well. Love the story of our experience with your son. As a developmental specialist…Classic!
This is incredible. Thank you for sharing!
HAHA the guy at 7:18