More ways than one.

The Zen Habits blog often brightens my day, even if the advice can be hard to swallow. In this post, Leo Babauta emphasizes the importance of avoiding the tendency to believing that your way is the only way. This is good advice for me, as I have a tendency to do this, especially when dealing with stupid people who don’t know what they’re doing (there I go again). But what I’ve found when I stop and think is that there is usually some truth in their way that I can learn from and use. If I give them credit for that simple truth, then a bridge has been built and we can each move forward feeling better. I call that success.

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