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It’s ok to want to like your coworkers. Just don’t limit yourself by making it a family.
You can’t help someone change if they don’t think they have a problem.
Look for the truth in the feedback, no matter how small that might be.
When you ask for help, you invite perspectives, creativity, and possibility.
It’s OK to take a quick peek in the rearview mirror. Just don’t stare at it.
The next time you try to define a problem, product, or situation, leave it open to better understand it.
Everyone is different, and rather than working for conformity, you’ll get further by embracing those differences.
Rather than evaluating and starting to change things, you might try asking questions and listening.
What would be different if you saw the criticisms as a sign of how much people care?
How is your relationship with Monday morning? Do you jump out of bed enthused for the start of the work week? Or, do you roll over hoping it’s still the weekend.
When you’re talking with the people on your team, take the time to have meaningful conversations every time.
When you regularly celebrate with your team, they will start believing in how much they’re winning.