Often when tensions arise, the prevailing
question can be: “What am I supposed to do?” While this is not
necessarily a bad question, a more penetrating thought might be:
“Who can I be in this moment?” In this podcast we will focus
on the ways your “being” can carry you when “doing” doesn’t seem to
solve the problem.
Something to Think about:
Often the focus on doing is
accompanied by a critical, performance-based form of problem
When you concentrate on “being”
a better person, your responses to tensions tend to be more
People tend to respond most to
who you are, as opposed to what you do.
Let’s Talk Question:
In what circumstances have you found that
your “being” is more influential than your “doing”?