It happened to me yesterday. I walked out of a room where my toddler was asleep, closed the door and the doorknob fell into my hands. Toddler was locked in the room. The other side of the knob was also. I recognized this as my 5 year old's handiwork since, as I've mentioned before, she's a real-life Curious George.
I had a problem to solve. And some serious frustration to deal with. This was a job for PERSPECTIVE.
We all have those moments. When we need to be able to see things from a different point of view in order to make a good decision, respond well to someone, or keep doing something that's tough for us.
If that's you today, this video post is for you. Click here to see it on YouTube.
If you're short on time, here's the gist:
Four things that give us new perspective when we need it most
- Make space for it in your life
- Change your surroundings
- Use words that allow for good perspective
- Remember what you really want
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