A few of the responses:
"Before you respond, I want you to pause for 20 seconds, reflect on what I said, then respond."
[Name Redacted] paused, reflected, then he smiled and extended his hand for a handshake. He had finally been led to the realization that he automatically disagrees with everything.
I thought this was so interesting. Shaun knew that simply telling [Name Redacted] that he is a chronic disagreer would only result in...you guessed it...a disagreement.
Shaun recognized that disagreeing was simply a habit, a pattern that needed to be interrupted.
By interrupting that pattern, he was allowing [Name Redacted] to arrive at that realization on his own.
Powerful, yet subtle stuff.
We ALL have these social blind-spots that we would likely NEVER discover on our own.
Unless we ask for feedback.
My question is:
How could you ask your friends to give you honest feedback on your social skills, so you can improve?
Some things to consider:
Get the feedback, then leave a comment telling me what you've learned about yourself.
(I'm going to do this too, we're in this together!)
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