Just because you can do something well doesn’t mean you can teach it effectively.
You fired off a response. Now you regret it. We’ve all been there. How do you avoid it next time?
Since November 2010, I have attended 3 of Tony Robbins’ events as a participant and served on the event crew for his events 10 times. In that time, Tony Robbins has taught me many important lessons. One lesson stands out as perhaps the most important — and it wasn’t even something he said.
Creating space for your best work isn’t only about creating physical space and blocking time; it’s also about clearing mental and emotional space.
Try to find a person who doesn’t at times tell himself or herself a false story based on comments that others make. The problem is not that we do this, but that we often don’t recognize it, and we allow that story to drive a wedge in our relationships.
Uncertainty is a breeding ground for confusion, anger and frustration. Keep yourself and others calm and happy using these 3 ways to prevent chaos amidst uncertainty.