Except not in that order.
We said it before, and we'll say it again. We are here for you, not our laptop screen.
We are hearing you.
Keep your stories coming.
Ladies and Gents,
Thank you for emailing & texting us your recent "aha" moments.
They are inspiring.
We are one week in.
You already have a greater sense of awareness.
Your conversations are already becoming more meaningful for you,
Commiserating is an old, familiar habit...
But now your brain is saying,
Not on your watch, good soldier. You know complaining is a waste of your precious time.
You know how to close the door on those commiseration conversations.
Instead, you step up and:
verb: to work jointly on an activity, especially to produce or create something
We are in this together, remember?
Together, we are creating a healthier environment for our workplaces and our homes.
We are setting the tone.
We are becoming better-habit-setters.
We are successful solution-seekers.
And people are noticing.
Your boundaries are showing others around you how to:
STOP the commiseration participation. SHIFT the focus. SEEK positive collaboration with other problem-solvers.
We know breaking bad habits is hard.
That's why we'll be bringing in some tips from James, Tyler, Stephan, and Dale over the next few weeks.
Thanks for being on our team.
We won't share your name or identifying details of your story without your permission.
Unless of course you are a 90's pop icon. If that's the case, all bets are off.
Copyright © 2023 Tara Dukart, except for the post title,
which is nod to our ol' familiar friend, Vanilla Ice.
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