Be like me

How much of the time, do you think, are you leading or managing others in a way that really just says ‘be like me’?

And how much of the way you act in your closest, most intimate relationships, is a form of ‘be like me’ too?

What about your relationships with your friends? Your children?

How easily do you fall into living in a way that understands in theory that other people are different from you, but repeatedly asserts that your way of being and doing is, really, the best?

And is this really the best way to be a leader, partner, parent or friend?

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