If you want to lighten your load, release your judgment. You don’t know what anyone else is going through.
When it comes to being “productive” — doing our best work — we often build barriers that block us and sabotage our efforts. Awareness of these barriers is the first step to changing them.
The temptation to “fix the problem” can be strong, but what if there’s no “problem” to fix?
We often diminish our experience by judging or invalidating our emotions. You don’t need a reason to feel what you feel.
Stanford: Before I tell you, you have to promise not to judge. Carrie: Do I judge? Stanford: We all judge. That’s our hobby. Some people do arts and crafts; we judge. — Sex and the City If someone called you judgmental, you might reasonably infer they didn’t mean it as a compliment. But why? Definitions […]
A common practice often encouraged in the name of better productivity could be blocking you from getting into the desired flow state. I explain why this practice creates a problem.
Judgment and criticism is a form of self-protection that separates us from others. Create stronger relationships by using these three mindset shifts to eliminate judgment and criticism.