Most information on feedback focuses on how to give negative feedback. But what about receiving negative feedback? How better would it be if both ends shared the burden of having productive conversations? Let’s put our egos to the side and be emphatic with those who give us criticism, so the burden isn’t on the speaker alone.
Everybody is somebody else’s monster. Greg Knauss (via An Entirely Other Day: The Empathy Vacuum )
36m0s: carry (…) a list of people whose opinions of you matter, and it should be a very short list. — Dr Brené Brown (via The Power of Vulnerability | Memory Hole TV) ( Source: https://www.youtube.com/ )
Step outside of your tiny little world. Step inside of the tiny little world of somebody else. And then do it again, and do it again, and do it again (…) And suddenly without realizing it you’re seeing the world differently. Everything has changed. Everything in your life has changed. TEDxPSU – Sam Richards – A Radical Experiment in Empathy (by TEDxTalks ) ( Source: https://www.youtube.com/ )