How to Be a Good Neighbor - Leadership SHIFT Tip
They say good fences make good neighbors.
But if you follow the advice of Fred Rogers, he would share that it takes compassion, empathy, and conversation even when neighbors see the world differently.
Over the weekend, I watched the documentary, Won't You Be My Neighbor, about Mr. Roger's life and show that featured my childhood neighbors like Lady Aberlin, Officer Clemons, Daniel, and King Friday.
I laughed. I cried and was amazed by his courage and compassion. He had an incredible ability to connect with us kids on sensitive topics from war to self-worth. Simply put, he loved us.
And he saw us. Which is the first step to become a great neighbor and it's also how to become a great leader, partner, parent, and friend, as well.
Have fun storming the castle!
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But, if you want to discover your possibilities beyond good enough, then it's for you.
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