Today's guest post is a conversation about accepting compliments which I had with Karen Lynn Ragsdale and a handful of others, wherein she presented what was, to me, a challenging idea about giving. Karen Lynn knows a lot about how intent affects trust. So here's the thing about gifts...you have to give 'em up. Ya [...]
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Back when I was angrier, I used to say "Never argue with an idiot; they'll drag you down to their level, then beat you with their expertise." How do you avoid getting sucked into pointless flame wars, especially the kind that happen via email at the office, but also the kind that happen at your [...]
Intent is a powerful tool. In the 'trust tree' it's the trunk—the only portion that's partly invisible, partly visible. Our intent begins inside, then becomes evident to others.