Alan Weiss’s Monday Morning Memo® – 3/22/10

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March 22, 2010—Issue #27

This week’s focus point: You can use judgment without being judgmental. Slapping labels on people (High M, RNTJ, expressive/compulsive/regressive) diminishes communication and makes the tacit assumption that they are somehow damaged and inferior because they are in a “category.” Once you start seeing “types” and stop seeing people, you’ve stopped applying your judgment and your discernment, and you’re no longer listening and learning.

Monday Morning Perspective: A narcissist is someone better looking than you are. — Gore Vidal

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