That’s not static you hear

They KNOW their relationship with their team members.

Our relationships are not static. They will change over time as we learn more about the other person.

In order to develop relationships, we need to know two things:

1. We need to know ourselves.

2. We need to know the other person.

This will work in any relationship; family, friends, job. Relationships involve on-the-job training. You work through the differences because you learn and you adapt.

Got kids? Pets? Think about the first day they were introduced into your life. Do you treat them the same now as you did on day one?

Let’s hope not.

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6 Responses to That’s not static you hear

  1. Patty Hebert says:

    I love how your posts get me to really think and inspire posts of my own. Check out my small corner of the blog world tomorrow, and thank you.

  2. Jeff Noel says:

    David, what Patty said. Love reading and thinking every morning. Both your blogs are part of the morning preparations before heading out the door.

  3. Brandon says:

    does that mean that I shouldnt have to change the diapers of our 6 and 8 year old anymore?

    • David says:

      Hmmm . . . Probably not an issue. There comes a time when they no longer need milk. They need solid food.

      Same for us. While we should never get bored with the basics (thanks jeff) we progress to more advanced principles.

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