In today’s episode, I want to share with you some conscious leadership advance entitled, Stop Pulling Punches. Also, I want to share a lesson I learned several years ago that drew my attention this week.
This week I facilitated a virtual team, a break-through/mediation type. The thing I was reminded about is the culture that they had. They had so much respect for one another, so much respect that it’s almost like they didn’t want to hurt anybody’s feelings. So, there was a lot of hero energy. Here’s the problem when people withhold their feelings and truth just because they don’t want to rock the boat, the problem is they’re pulling punches.
What You’ll Hear In This Episode
- What can be the problems when people keep on pulling punches?
- In relation to UFC training, how would you feel when your training partner keeps on pulling punches?
- How will the act of not bringing the totality of our truth hurt our marriage, children, or our relationships?
- What will happen if we keep on pulling punches, if we keep withholding, or not contributing fully into the pool of shared meaningful conversation?
- Why pulling punches will always result in drama?
- With AJ’s experience what cost him for denying his power and being nice?
- Why is it important to learn to communicate consciously with? difference frameworks?
- How can radically taking responsibility for your thoughts, feelings, actions, and contribute your totality of the truth make a difference in your life, family, or your relationships?
- How can pulling punches rob you off from growing into your fullest potential?
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