Dec 14, 2020
When have you taken the time to develop someone around you?
Was it a co-worker, a mentorship opportunity, or in your life with your children? Having the opportunity to develop others allows us to share our knowledge and enjoy the blessing of being able to impose wisdom on others. I've had the experience in my life to see the impact that's been made when people have great connections in their lives who work to develop them in all facets of life. But sometimes it can be unhealthy. What may be an ideal relationship could turn into an experience where they become reliant on you to give them the answers. How can you work to give advice and judgment on life experiences without enabling bad decisions or even limiting their growth? Let's dive into this week's Get Your Mind On to talk about Developing or Enabling.
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