Personal Mastery

Posted by Debby on 15th May and posted in EDC 667

“People with a high level of personal mastery are acutely aware of their ignorance, their incompetence, their growth areas, and they are deeply self-confident. Paradoxical? Only for those who do not see the journey is the reward.”
Peter Senge, The Fifth Discipline (Cashman, p. 34)

Practice Personal Mastery with Others (p. 59)
*Listen to your authentic inner voice for what you really think and feel versus what others want you to think and feel.
*Seek to avoid “creating” others in your own image.
*See to avoid “being created” by others in their image.
*Enjoy the validation and support from others when it comes to you, but do not expect it or be disappointed if it does not happen. It is your job to validate your authentic self.
*Avoid judging others or trying to change them – it is a waste of time.
*Be there for people when they need you. Be there – not for the purpose of giving advice or being appreciated for your support – but just to be there for them.
*Practice sharing your genuine thoughts and feelings, your joys, your successes, your concerns, and your fears with people. You will be amazed how your life will be enriched.

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