Creating True Belonging

“When you know and respect your inner nature, you know where you belong.”Benjamin Hoff

  1. In what ways have you learned to accept yourself? How has this benefited you and the people around you?
  2. In what ways do you want to accept yourself more? Why is that important?
  3. Think of someone in your professional life that you struggle with or have trouble tolerating. What aspect of their personality do you get the most irritated by? Is there some correlation (even if it’s a small one) between this quality in them and the qualities in yourself that you have trouble accepting?
  4. What efforts can you make to increase belonging in your professional life? What positive outcome would this have on your professional community (your team and organization)?
  5. What efforts can you make to increase belonging in your personal life? What positive outcome would this have on your loved ones and your community?

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