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Gifted and Dynamic Public Speaker, with a gift of Servant Leadership. Engineer by degree, Leader by Destiny. My goal is to make people better so that they lead a successful life and career.

Seeing the GOOD in People

We live in a negative society.  We automatically think that when we meet someone for the first time, they must want something.  WE immediately start trying to figure out

What are they trying to get out of me?

Why are they so nice?

We never stop for a second and think the obvious…

Maybe they are just a good person.

People are innately good.  Now, this does not mean that you give everyone your undivided trust.  But is does mean that everyone does deserve to prove themselves otherwise without biased judgement.

One of my mentors (Robert Cowley) once said:

Most people are A-OK.  If you go in with that assumption, you will be fine.

Give your clients, team, family, etc the benefit of the doubt.  If they prove you wrong or perform an action that makes you question this strategy, then modify your approach to impact their life.  You will now become the demonstrator of trustworthiness, rather than just another person.

Do you believe people are good?  How did you change your behavior so that you could give people the opportunity without judging?

Kontinue to Konker.

Chadwick Taylor is CEO of KONKERER Leadership

He helps clients develop leaders with a servant mentality through individual development and workshops

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