"who would like to share?"
I hear this question a lot and I ask this question a lot. It feels so normal. I don't even know how many times I hear it a day. Tonight I watched Tony Robbin's Netflix documentary and noticed it over and over again.
I'm not totally sure how I feel about Tony Robbin's. I'm just saying I notice how the question gets used.
Working in leadership and development and personal development inherently adds sharing to my day to day. I need to share - what I'm going through, what am I asking for, what do I believe etc . - and I ask people to share. It also just comes up in meetings and it's honestly a really great question.
Recognize the question isn't "would anyone like to share", it's "who would like to share." Asking like this has an implicit truth which is, people want to share, you want to share and so who of you would like to share first.
SO.... who would like to share?
I know I would.
Day 25 #the100dayproject