I bet you've experienced something like that: Maybe someone walks out of a presentation you're giving without an explanation, or someone simply does not show up for a meeting...or a (close) colleague just passes you in the hallway and utterly ignores you - not even saying hi.
The brain (and the emotions) react very quickly and throw up a story. One that explains what just happened. And hardly ever it is in our favour. Sounds familiar?
The question is though: is it really the truth? Or maybe just a story?
Listen in to my Monday thoughts where I address:
- what and why this happens
- the dangers of our stories
- and what's the best way of dealing with it
Have a great week and see you soon.
(Founder The Better Workplace)