When we take a look around, particularly on social media, we see so much division.
The world, and sometimes even our families, can get divided into camps of “good guys” and “bad guys”. Of course, the world is never this simple, and when we don’t have conversations that unite, things become divided.
Unfortunately, this division is taking place inside some families, which I’m seeing often in my marriage counseling work, and also inside business teams, which I’m seeing with my leadership consulting work. Which is all just too sad and too tragic.
Creating more unity with the people we care about, whether it be inside our marriages, families, intimate relationships, or inside our organizations, teams, or leadership groups, is simply about engaging best practices with our ability to communicate with each other in ways that unite.
In this short video, I talk about an essential 3-step process to creating more unity with the people we care about.
If your family or business team feels divided, take the lead by watching this video and practicing these 3 steps; my promise is that it will bring a greater sense of unity with those you care most about and put a halt to the unnecessary and challenging tension.
And please don’t hesitate to reach out to me if there’s something more I can do to help.
Cheers to building unity,
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