What we see in others is in us

I have taken some training recently that has enabled me to identify some false beliefs I’ve held that I’ve never put words to before.  I have also been able to recognize that these false beliefs have influenced some decisions I’ve made over the years and how I have interacted with and viewed others.

The power in identifying and correcting these beliefs is that both my work and personal relationships strengthen.  It better enables resilience by realizing that others are often operating from their own set of beliefs – it isn’t about me.

Sometimes the thing we see in others that needs to change, may very well be within us.  Remembering this can help us grow and strengthen our work and personal interactions.

P.S. The training I referenced above was Patterns for Change, led by Bob Hamp of Think Differently.