Understanding and respecting each person's choice, for me was easier said than done. I believed everything I was taught as a child was the only way.
My transformation occurred when I began intentionally listening to people from all walks of life. These are four ways in which I have improved.
A clearer idea of what brought me fulfilment occurred as I began listening to the stories of others.
Self - Confidence
Through repetition and dedication I found that the focus on one skill created a confident approach to other things in my life.
As I started dedicating more time to what gave me fulfilment I started to feel happier. This happiness flowed into other parts of my life. My productivity and relationships grew exponetially.
Engel's questions always make me pause and consider 'what do I really feel' about x or y. It is a wonderful 12 minutes of enforced reflection. To borrow from Joan Didion, I don't know what I think until I talk to Engel!
The fact that he does his research, that he asks nuanced questions that make you think properly and not just reel off a stock reply. It's rare.
I am beyond impressed that he's keeping this going. It's a real example of proper grit.
I love meeting new people and I love conversations. People are fascinating, and I wanted to contribute to Engel's body of work!
Engel asks such insightful questions; he makes me think about my life in a new and intriguing way.
I really enjoyed sharing my experience with my mother's death. It was clarifying for me.
Anyone who's articulate and has something interesting to say will add to the mosaic of Engel's work connecting people around the world.
SHARING IS CARING