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The Art of Authenticity

Oct 26, 2017

Today we’re going to talk about something that comes up with my clients over and over, and over. I know every single person out there listening has had this experience. You have a conversation with somebody, it doesn’t go well. You’re working in an office setting and there’s internal politics or there’s a disagreement about what to do, you’re out about in the world and somebody does something that annoys you and boom.

It clicks off that narrative. You know, that conversation you had, the one that’s like — it’s going back and forth as you continue to drive to work as you’re in the commute when you’re in the shower. Wherever you are, whatever you’re doing, that conversation, that discussion about what just transpired is ping-ponging in your head for the rest of the day. You’re going through all the arguments you want to make, what that other person said, you’re getting yourself all pissed off, worked up over a conversation that isn’t happening. Right?