What We Seem …


Very Few of Us - morguefile

For all our talk of authenticity and genuiness as positive and desired traits, we often fall rather short of being truly transparent and open.

... and this is not necessarily a bad thing.

While openness creates strong relationships and enhances leadership, we might want to think a little before we become completely open.

I don’t know about you, but I know parts of me that I will never knowingly or willingly share with anyone else, regardless of the relationship or situation.  My thoughts are not consistently charitable or kind, my inclinations can be more emotion-driven than is good for me, and I do not always act in my own best interests … and that’s just the stuff I WILL share.

Caveat:  You may be thinking right now “Why doesn’t he get some help for these afflictions?”, which is a reasonable question to ask, but more complex to answer than you…

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