These days life is harder, not only because of our fast-paced lives. Economic times may make colleagues more stressed, too many activities and pressure take a toll on business and personal relationships so we all have a tendancy to be too harsh with each other.
Perhaps you’re reading this because you saw the webpage listed on the back of a business card. For those who didn’t, I have ” ‘Do-Over’ I’m sorry, please give me another chance” printed on the back of my business cards. I give these out when I facilitate personality or leadership classes. It’s one way to spread the ‘Do-Over’ proposal and it’s been great to see the positive responses from the folks that have tried it. And after conducting these workshops all over the world, I’ve learned this concept can be used universally.I realize it may not seem difficult, but it’s harder than you think when you apply it. Ask for a ‘Do-Over’ from someone who is unhappy with you, they just might grant the chance. So I challenge you, your family and/or organization to grant a ‘Do-Over’ and hopefully one will be granted when you need it. If we can start this trend, it could lead to much bigger, more positive environments for all of us!