On the second episode of Radically Honest, your host Dasom Lee addresses manifesting the refreshing power of visibility in your life—through four tools—to properly equip your mindset to begin refining the art of being radically honest.
In Robert Waldinger’s TED Talk titled “What makes a good life? Lessons from the longest study on happiness,” the 75-year-old study expressed that a meaningful life is sustained through fulfilling relationships. Have you ever felt unseen or unheard for you who you really are? And dwelled in a state of discouragement leading to inaction and complacency? How do you break a habitual cycle of procrastination ingrained in your very lifestyle?
It begins with yourself. In a place of free expression, use meditation, prayer, or creative art forms to satiate your curiosity on your current state. Who are you now and who do you want to become? Discover further what you want and what you need from others. Internally elevate yourself and heighten your sense of affirmative value. Then project that outwards, through clear and honest expression of your true self to friends, family, your significant other, co-workers, and even bosses.
“Are you empowering yourself AND others?“
To be radically honest, these four tools are your dearest friends: emotional intelligence, empathy, transparency, and human connection.
So, how can you tangibly apply these four tools? Listen to the episode to find out.
Together, let’s nourish our relationships: by being more aware, emotionally and actionably affirming yourself and others, and seeking out the value in human connection.
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