You Get What You Tolerate
So stop tolerating mediocre leadership, ineffective teams, and deteriorating culture in the name of making people feel better.
There’s a movement in communication right now to water down important principles—soften their impact—as to not appear brash or abrasive.
It’s commonly done in the name of kindness; I would argue it’s anything but.
Speaking in plain, blatant terms (so as not to mask intentions or information being communicated) is a higher form of respect than sugar-coatin…
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