Shifting attitude

Everyone who is involved in a business, has the interest of the business at the top of their mind.

Of course, this is rarely 100% true. And yet, we should assume it is, and act as if. This would open us up for opportunity. Instead of spending our time trying to second guess others and protect our position against invisible threats, we could approach things from different perspectives, learn something about our colleagues, their work, their priorities and how they believe the business should move forward.

It’s a shift in attitude that would greatly enrich our view. It is worth making.

By the way, if you replace “business” with “family”, “friendship”, “community”, “team”, “neighbourhood”, and so on, it still works.

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