Judgment (Leading In Life #14)

Screen Shot 2014-05-23 at 8.21.51 AMIf we lessen our judgment, we free up more energy space for focusing on taking more purposeful action for our family, personal and professional goals.

Sometimes we not only judge others, but we also judge ourselves. It is important to…”Tell the negative committee that meets inside your head to sit down and shut up.” – Ann Bradford

That negative self talk can limit ourselves or those that we lead, by talking ourselves out of taking action because we do not feel we are good enough or have the skills to do it.  Negative self talk can keep us from moving forward.

Our judgment can limit our possibilities or the possibilities of those that we lead.  So consider reducing judgment in your life.  Here are five tips for reducing judgment:

  • Raise awareness.
  • Pay attention to your language.
  • Monitor your self talk.
  • Reflect on why you are judging the person or situation.
  • Practice saying…”It is what it is.”
  • Instead of judging, take purposeful action to move towards your goals and be curious.

Check out Tamara’s Blog on Judgement at: http://goo.gl/NZ2ePJ

Tamara Konrade can be contacted at:
Twitter @TamaraKcoach
Email:  tamarak@essdack.org

Tammy Fellers can be contacted at:
Email:  tammyf@essdack.org
Twitter  @tjfellers
Facebook – The Intentional Educator
Linkedin –Tammy Fellers

Be sure to subscribe to receive an email of future podcasts.

Leave a Reply