Lies we Tell About Others

We don’t mean any harm, well, not really. Yet we try to shift the blame to someone else. “It’s not me. They are responsible.” How does this lie keep us from seizing audacious opportunities? In our last post we discussed the lies we tell ourselves about ourselves. In this post, we discuss the lies we… Read More

Audacious Lies we Tell Ourselves

In this post we will examine the “I” messages that convince us to forego the audacious opportunities. The next post will focus on “They” messages and the third post will focus on “It” messages. Read More

Who’s to Blame? Thinking Bigger about Blame to Solve Significant Problems

Trump blames China. Democrats blame Trump. His followers blame Bill Gates. Who is really to blame?Does it really matter?Those that follow this blog know that I’m not a political extremist, in fact, I seldom write about a political perspective. Instead, I write and work to solve significant problems with compassion, communication, and collaboration. Read More