a blog post for EO Israel [a local chapter of the 10K members global Entrepreneurs Organization]
This is the post’s end: [and the beginning at EO Israel blog]
And the reason I’m writing about this on the EO blog is because it suddenly hit me: the reason why the EO forum is something I like so much, is because that’s exactly what we do there. We gain full context of the life of the other forum members, and it’s no surprise to me now that in a very short time they have become people I love and feel close to. Context made me more empathetic and less critical. And that makes for a unique relationship.
It would be great to borrow some of the conversation guidelines (no judgement, no advice, speak only about yourself and from personal experience) and mindset code (own your experience) to everyday conversations and other meaningful relationships.
I’m working on it.