“It’s not that I’m right and they’re wrong. Or they’re right and I’m wrong. It’s just that we have different ways of approaching things.” Gretchen Rubin

“It’s not that I’m right and they’re wrong. Or they’re right and I’m wrong. It’s just that we have different ways of approaching things.”

“You’re not doing this TO me, you’re like this with everybody in your life. I don’t have to be angry about it. I can just try to figure out a situation where both of us can thrive.”

Source: Happier with Gretchen Rubin – Bonus Episode: A Deep Dive into the “Four Tendencies” Personality Framework | Listen via Stitcher for Podcasts

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"Set yourself apart as someone worth knowing." "Make it clear you are credible." "Offer value. Demonstrate how you can help." "Highlight what makes you interesting. Successful people like connecting to other interesting people. Because it's fun." "Position yourself as a peer who is notable in your own right." "Make it clear you have no expectations. You get extra points for empathy. Too many people reach out with an extraordinary level of entitlement: free things, introductions, a lot of time. Show an awareness of their circumstances." Source: Before Breakfast - Reach out to someone you admire | Listen via Stitcher for ... Read more

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“People do things and an obliger is shocked and appalled by something someone else does. And everyone else thinks it’s fine.” Gretchen Rubin

“People do things and an obliger is shocked and appalled by something someone else does. And everyone else thinks it’s fine.” “An obliger is like: If you can’t be a citizen of humanity and wash out your own dish, you’re a thoughtless and soulless barbarian.” “Questioners are like: It’s not efficient.” “An upholder is like: It’s not my job.” “A rebel is like: I don’t feel like it.” “An obliger thinks really it’s powerfully wrong.” Source: Before Breakfast - Reach out to someone you admire | Listen via Stitcher for Podcasts

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