Cinergy Coaching by Cinnie Noble
Instead of a series of 10 questions, this week’s blog is a series of my Conflict Resolutions for 2014.
This year, I will acknowledge how conflict presents an opportunity to enrich relationships.
This year, I will make amends with people and not let our differences of opinion fester.
This year, I will apologize and mean it.
This year, I will stop blaming others.
This year, I will take responsibility for how I contributed to disputes.
This year, I will forgive and let bygones be bygones.
This year, I will not be hard on others, or on myself.
This year, I will not judge people.
This year, I will value the importance of respecting other people’s opinions, even if I don’t agree with them.
This year, I will listen.
Please feel free to add your own.
Wishing you a joyful, peaceful, and loving 2014!
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