One of our goals at The “I” in Team Series and with our Daily Influence podcast is to further the importance of Individualism.
The next few episodes will be diving into this effort and why we feel the common understanding of individualism is incorrect.
We have previously identified that singular individual to us or when we are writing about one person alone, we use the lowercase 'i' and when we are writing about many acting as one as with a team or company, we use the uppercase 'I”.
This distinction is important, because I cannot be my best for others until I am first best for myself; not in a selfish mindset.
Our Attitude can set the stage for this and help us to understand ourselves and others as well as help others understand us.
We can identify attitude through body language, facial expressions, tone or even for some intuition.
If you want to change your attitude, you may have to look at how you perceive the world; perception can become reality.
Being mindful of yourself can help to regulate your attitude. As Buddha once said, “The mind is everything. What you think, you become.”
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