been transcribed with permission from coaching sessions we’ve recently conducted with three of our course students. And if there’s one thing these students’ stories have it common, it’s the importance of not taking things too personally.The father on the train wasn’t deliberately trying to annoy other passengers—he was thinking through one of the hardest realities of his life.
Those ex-coworkers weren’t really laughing heartlessly—they were simply acting from within the boundaries of their own limited visions.
And that grumpy elderly customer was just a humble, heartbroken man. In each story, the subject’s words and actions were all about THEM, not others.Read more on marcandangel.com