A Fault-Finder or a GOOD-Finder?
“Be a good-finder; not a fault-finder.”
It reminded me of something that Pindar, the main mentor in John David Mann’s and my book, The Go-Giver said to his protégé, Joe:
“Go looking for the best in people, and you’ll be amazed at how much talent, ingenuity, empathy and good you’ll find.”
Amazing how that works!
And, great news — there’s no reason to wait until January 1st. We can begin now!
As an exercise, find something good in everyone you see today. You might have to really search, or it might be readily apparent. Whichever, be sure and find it.
And, if the situation is appropriate, communicate to that person the “good thing” you see in them.
As always, feel free to share any comments here to let us know the results.