Over 85% of our personal and financial success stems not from our technical skills, but from our ability to have positive interpersonal relationships. Whether it’s with a colleague, customer, spouse, boss, friend, or family member, chances are, you’ve had a misunderstanding with someone at one point or another. I generally find that the root cause of most communication, relationship and team problems share a couple of common denominators…differing perspectives and miscommunication.
When was the last time you put yourself out there and risked being completely vulnerable? This was a question Brene’ Brown asked at the Texas Conference for Women, where I had the honor to speak about harnessing the power of resilience. I often talk about vulnerability and courage because I believe they lie at the heart of resilience. My journey started with my son, Evan.
I was incredibly grateful and humbled to be asked to do a SUCCESS Magazine | SUCCESS Talks Podcast interview on the subject of…you guessed it…GRATITUDE.
I would be incredibly grateful if you took a few minutes out of your week to listen to this interview. When you’re done, take time to think of 3 things about your life for which you feel grateful. Then do that every day. It will change your perspective, your outlook, and your life.