Another Frame on Reframing

Reframing has had a great press agent recently.  And it should.  For generations this simple wisdom has been passed down to us from our grandmothers who have just

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How do you look at your garden?

Have you ever noticed that when you’re walking around your own yard you tend to notice all the flaws?  You notice how that rose bush isn’t blooming as

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Declaring vs. Exploring

Have you noticed that when you are frightened, you make more declarative statements? For example: I’m lost I can’t do this  They will never understand me  It’s hopeless

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The risks in being an expert

When we step into a world that we think we know, one where we consider ourselves an expert, we are sometimes blind to the bias this creates.  If

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Your life is an occasion, rise to it

There is a wonderful dialogue about life hidden in the movie, Mr. Magorium’s Wonder Emporium.  We can't share the whole dialogue here, but we want to share with

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Can you dare not to judge?

How willing are you to be in the process of growing?  To be between where you were and where you want to be?  If you are interested in

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How to be the most interesting person in the room

If you want to be the person at the party who always has something to say and is never at a loss for words, be interested.  The most

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Can you do nothing?

Somewhere along the way we heard that Bill Watterson said that when he works, it never looks like it.  For him, working was staring up at the clouds

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The “best ever”

The "best ever" is a confluence of things.  It is rarely the ice cream, song, class, book, or movie that is objectively the best.  Rather a combination of

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It’s about adding perspectives

We’ve all heard the common adage that you need to "walk in someone else’s shoes" or "understand it from another perspective."  I’m sure we’ve even said similar things

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