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Children Don't Do As You Say - They Do As You Do

Many thanks to Jay Shetty for this powerful message. If you wish to skip directly to Jay's passage, it begins just after the 2-minute mark.

I especially appreciate Jay's thought on leading with empathy whenever there is conflict. To put our wounds to the side for a moment and put all of our energy into feeling and understanding another person's pain is often what is needed to allow for healing of the most serious fractures.

Leading with empathy - a superpower well worth developing.


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