November 24, 2020
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I don't know what's best
“So often in life, things that you regard as an impediment turn out to be great, good fortune.” Ruth Bader Ginsburg said that, Supreme Court Justice.

“You don’t know what’s best for you.” Rick said that, an older guy trying to teach me something.

Here’s me in my head: “I know what that person should do and what that person should say. I know how things should be, and shouldn’t be, and how everyone should just chill out and listen to me.” Or something happens that I’m sure is a terrible thing. “I told you this was gonna be terrible,” I can hear myself saying. And then it isn’t.
Always thinking that I know best gets in the way of stuff. Getting along with each other is a lot easier when we are humble. Innovation and creativity happen when we are humble. When I let go of my righteousness and trust my fellow humans, things tend to work out. Often, things work out better than I could have imagined.

Click here for a one-page Good Group Tip I wrote about humility.
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Attribution Bias
In this video I tell a story about standing in the grocery store checkout line. The express line. And what I was thinking about the people around me.

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To Help You Get Along
Written and published by Craig Freshley. Thanks for walking along with me.
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