by Suzanne F. Stevens, Conscious-Contribution™ Cultivator, Certified Speaking Professional (CSP),

In this episode…
Consider how to make your contribution count:

  1. When is it appropriate to show empathy, sympathy, or compassion?
  2. How is the best way to demonstrate compassion?
  3. What can you ask to ensure showing empathy is appropriate?

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The problem with empathy is not whether to use it, it is how it is often used. #MyContributionCounts #YouMeWeMovement Click To Tweet Compassion takes empathy and sympathy a step further. Why become less empathetic and more compassionate. #MyContributionCounts #YouMeWeMovement Click To Tweet Out with empathy, not only will you make the discussion more focused on the other person, but you will be able to remove yourself from their negative emotions – allowing for your enhanced well-being. #MyContributionCounts… Click To Tweet

Until next time, make your contribution count. #MyContributionCounts #YouMeWeMovement


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Suzanne F Stevens - YouMeWe
Suzanne F Stevens - YouMeWe

Suzanne F. Stevens is Conscious-Contributions™ Cultivator for YouMeWe. A Certified Speaking Professional (CSP) | International Speaker | Social entrepreneur | Host | Philanthropist | Author. Make your contribution count for you • your company • your community. (*CSP - Certified Speaking Professional - one of 64 in Canada, 15% internationally.) YouMeWe Group | 1.416.570.6557

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