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  • Writer's pictureRobin Bruebach

Being Uncomfortable

Updated: Apr 9, 2021

I had a superintendent that asked questions that seemed to have only one answer. He asked questions that I thought had no connection to what we were discussing. He asked questions that made me feel uncomfortable...but what I think he really wanted was for me to think. He dared to challenge people and make them feel uncomfortable. But in that uncomfortable moment you took stock in who you were or what you believed.

Being uncomfortable is something people tend to avoid. It causes pain and unpleasant feelings. However, there are exceptions to this that we accept as a sign of strength. Exercise. Working out makes the body uncomfortable, but we work out to help our bodies stay strong and healthy. We know the pain and unpleasant feeling helps us reach our fitness goals.

So let’s imagine for a moment, putting our perspective, skills and communication through a workout that could create a stronger and more flexible mindset and allow us to improve our relationships and communication, as well as achieve professional and personal goals.

How would you get that workout? Coaching.

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