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Are you actually *qualified* for happiness?

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I’m used to meeting people at the point where they’re done.

When someone decides to do 1-on-1 coaching, they’re usually pretty fed up with the way things are: the low energy, exhaustion, and boredom … the corporate mindset, lack of fulfillment, and inflexibility.

When I ask them what they want most, their answer is usually simple: “I just want to be happy.”

Which is good, because I know I can trust someone to put in the work when they’ve had a lot of experience being unhappy.

But unhappiness can be a double-edged sword. When I ask what they think will make them happy, I very often hear something like, “If only I could find a …

You’re misreading everyone

misreading

OK, you might not be misreading everyone, but there’s a really, really good chance that you’re misinterpreting a LOT of people, to your detriment.

When we first heard this, it’s no exaggeration to say that it changed our lives. It seems about time we passed the wisdom on.

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THIS WEEK, WE WANT YOU TO KNOW:

APPLY IT TO YOUR OWN LIFE:

Most of us default to assuming that what other people say and do is somehow about us. “My boss was so bitchy in that meeting. She hates me!” … “My dad can never give me feedback without being critical.” … “My sister-in-law is constantly sucking up to me and it’s …