Have you ever experienced someone else being completely unwilling – not unable – to see things from your perspective? It’s almost like some people have such a fixed focus on their own point of view that they are unprepared to see anything outside of that.
Being able to understand and appreciate other people’s perspective is fundamental for us all. Looking at situations from other people’s point of view allows us to improve our communication skills, build deeper relationships and resolve conflict within moments of it flaring up.
Question: What steps do you take to ensure that you never become stuck (and blinded) by the limitations of your own perspective?
I’ll look forward to reading your comments below, or alternatively, jump over to The Recycled Mom Facebook group and get involved in the discussion.