Be Hard on the issue, Soft on the person.
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We change our behavior when the pain of staying the same becomes greater than the pain of changing. Consequences give us the pain that motivates us to change.
A good test of a relationship is how a person responds to the word 'no.' Love respects 'no,' control does not.
When you encourage someone, it literally changes their brain chemistry to be able to perform... sends fuel to the brain.
The human heart will seek to be known, understood, and connected with above all else. If you do not connect, the ones you care about will find someone who will.
In the end, as a leader, you are always going to get a combination of two things: what you create and what you allow.
Boundaries are basically about providing structure, and structure is essential in building anything that thrives.
The fool tries to adjust the truth so he does not have to adjust to it.
Leadership is not taken, it is given. People give leadership to those that they trust. They allow people that they trust to have influence over their lives.
Consequences give us the pain that motivates us to change.
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