Behavioral scientists can actually show before-and-after slides depicting changes within one’s brain following practiced new behaviors. This strongly suggests our relationship DNA is pliable like a psychological stem-cell transplant. So, would you like to enjoy more trust in your most important relationships at work and at home?
You can identify which behaviors parading as good intentions have inadvertently created mistrust, thereby inviting response behaviors you don’t like. Practicing new behaviors can nurture the nature within you to foster deep, meaningful change in your most important relationships.
Whether you formally seek to learn more or not, those perceptions of you are still floating around out there. Knowing – as in self-awareness – is the first step to deep permanent, positive change. Don’t put it off. Find out.