- Afraid of a virus
- Afraid of death
- Afraid of loss of freedom
- Afraid of communism
- Afraid of asking questions that might make us look dumb
- Afraid of what people will think if we say the wrong thing
- Afraid of what our family will say if we speak out
- Afraid of to go to a rally and the world will see me there
- Afraid of losing our job because we spoke out
- Afraid we will not see loved ones again
- Afraid that we will never see our old lives again
- Afraid our loved ones will die before we can hug them again
- Afraid of the tension and divide that has happened in our families will always be there
The problem is that YOU and I are not listening to the fears of others!
We’re too busy yelling about what we’re afraid of and not asking people what they fear.
Much like you, I want people to understand my fears. I want people to hear what I have to say about what’s going on. I mean, I could go on for hours explaining the whole thing to people because I am that passionate about the subject matter.
But it doesn’t matter what I have to say.
It doesn’t matter, because I first didn’t open the floor for someone else to share their personal story first.
People are open to understanding you once they feel you understand them.
It’s not just polite to let others speak first, it allows them to better hear what you have to say.
So, before you start educating people on everything you fear is going on, take the time to understand their fears first. Not only will they listen to you better, you now know how to spin what you have to say in a way that aligns with their fears.
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