Do difficult conversations make you want to scream or run for the door? Brave friends, are you struggling to navigate our divided world?
Racism, immigration, sexual harassment, police brutality, and politics have placed us in a constant battle of pick and choose.
We pick sides. We only surround ourselves with people who share our world views. We follow news stations that fall in line with our values and belief systems. We only engage with content that supports our perspective. The result? We’re shielding ourselves from any possibility for growth and understanding. We’re choosing to remain blind to other perspectives, belief systems and news stories.
We’re slowly loosing our ability to have difficult conversations; and when a topic gets too difficult we resort to shutting down.
We have built and created a culture of extremes and in doing so we’re fostering isolation, unrest, and problems that could easily be solved with better communication.
Watch the video to see a deeper explanation of each of the tips and to hear how I resolved a work conflict that was filling me with rage. See you next week on Facebook or Instagram Live for another #CafecitoTime
Dayhanna Acosta is a Marketing Strategist, an Advocate for Fearless Living and the creator of the Chase Your Fears Podcast. Dayhanna is also the CEO of Create SFN Inc, a marketing and media strategy consulting agency. Dayhanna loves coaching and educating other business owners on how to develop their brand and voice to reach their target audience. She has over nine years of experience in the marketing field. Dayhanna graduated summa cum laude from Florida Gulf Coast University with a Bachelors of Science degree. Dayhanna enjoys traveling and learning new languages. She speaks Spanish and French and is currently studying Hungarian and Portuguese.
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