This year, I formed The Energy Bar Group, which brings like-minded professionals together to bounce ideas off each other, ask questions, and learn more in depth about the methods I use with my clients. I received a fascinating question from one of the members of the group.Question:
I struggle with the underlying assumption that we must influence others in order to get things done, make “change”, and in general, interact in the world. If we are each busy influencing each other, then at what point are we open to being influenced? And where are we going to “be” if at the end we all somehow end up effectively influencing each other?