Have you ever heard the saying, “Two heads are better than one”? Frequent discussions with others can help us understand our surroundings and gain perspective. These conversations, with a friend or with a random stranger, pool ideas and thoughts that may be different from your own.

The Whole Is Greater Than The Sum Of Its Parts. – Aristotle

Exchanging ideas with others creates a broader – and better – perspective. Try to spend most of your time engaged in group discussions with your team, which provides better value than individual accomplishments. A company that works closely together, with all members of the team feeling valued and considered, has an unbreakable foundation and culture that will take your business far.

A willingness to consider Alternate views or perspectives Makes Me A Better Person.

No one wants to work with a person who is stubborn, negative, or inflexible. It is much more enjoyable to collaborate with someone who considers the best ideas and brings them together in exciting, new ways. Listening to others expands your circle of knowledge, creating better awareness. Opening your mind to others elevates your knowledge to a whole new level.

Variety Is The Spice Of Life That Gives It All Its Flavor. – William Cowper

What is the primary difference between the average individual who cooks just to eat, versus a master chef, who creates award-winning, world-renowned cuisine?

The masterful chef is willing to consider different seasonings, spices, recipes, and flavors to reach the final dish.

Some recipes are perfect as they are, but the same cannot be said for every recipe. No matter how many times you make a dish, if you follow the same recipe to its exact specifications, you will never grow in your understanding of the culinary arts.

If you never consider the ideas of others, you will never grow in your intelligence or emotional maturity.


Empowering questions:

  1. How do conversations affect my social skills and self-confidence?
  2. Does socializing have a positive impact on my personal and professional initiatives?
  3. How do I get rid of my reluctance to join a discussion?



Lisa Morgan Mosley
Business/Corporate Coach
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