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You Are Always Able To Respond

All of us could die tomorrow, so we need to learn how to live.


In this episode of the Beauty of Conflict, Susan and CrisMarie dissect the idea of responsibility, meaning being able to respond. In her early twenties, Susan was diagnosed with an advanced cancer process, and after months of treatment, her doctor told her it wasn’t working, that there were no alternatives, until she took the bull by the horns. Throughout this conversation, she and CrisMarie discuss how that can bring freedom and agency to oneself, instead of wasting energy on blame. They share examples from their lives where they realized that responsibility is not necessarily attached to achieving a desired outcome, but more to being aware of the choices they are constantly taking.


Listen to this episode and think about how you can respond and advocate for your life!


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Key Take-Aways

  • How Susan came to the concept of being able to respond.

  • What it means to learn how to live.

  • What the purpose of blame is and what should one take from it.

  • How Susan and CrisMarie realized responsibility’s purpose is not achieving an outcome.

  • How responsibility is generally perceived in the corporate world.

  • How to consciously respond on your own behalf.


Resources


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CrisMarie Campbell and Susan Clarke


Coaches, Business Consultants, Speakers and Authors of The Beauty of Conflict

CrisMarie and Susan work with leaders and teams, couples in business, and professional women.

They help dysfunctional turnaround teams into high-performing, cohesive teams who trust each other, deal with differences directly, and have clarity and alignment on their business strategy, so they create great results.


Download the eBook, How to Talk About Difficult Topics, today!


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