Someone once said that a person’s quality of life would be in direct proportion to how many uncomfortable conversations that person was willing to have.
Today, I heard someone say that a mentor of theirs would ask them about their most recent uncomfortable conversations every day.
So… when was yours?
When was the last time you anticipated some news would disappoint a person— and you shared it anyway?
When did you last inform someone that what they were doing to you was unacceptable?
How long has it been since you told someone that the “compromise” they were offering was not good enough?
When did you last tell someone NO when they were hoping for a YES?
How uncomfortable are you willing to be — and how uncomfortable are you willing to make others?
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