Top 10 Fake News Stories


Top 10 Fake News Stories of 2019

DECEMBER 25, 2019 BY NATE REGIER IN COMPASSIONCOMPASSIONATE ACCOUNTABILITYLEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENTTHE COMPASSION MINDSETWORKPLACE CONFLICT / FacebookTwitterShare

Top 10 Fake News Stories of 2019

The drama mavens would prefer that you to believe these fake narratives because they keep you small and afraid and willing to accept anything.

  1. Overnight success is just a click away
  2. Power builds safety
  3. Difference is the enemy
  4. There’s not enough to go around
  5. My beliefs are better
  6. Vulnerability is weak
  7. Life is a competition
  8. You don’t need anyone else
  9. Other people can make you feel good or bad
  10. A better phone camera will make you more popular

The Struggle Is Real

Struggle is not a bad thing. Conflict is not something to be avoided or used as a weapon. Diversity is not the enemy. Life isn’t supposed to be easy and fit into neat categories.

Compassion Headlines You Can Believe

Compassion is the practice of demonstrating that people are valuable, capable, and responsible. Compassion fosters connection, innovation, and purpose. Here are some news stories you can believe.

  • There’s a positive purpose for diversity
  • Conflict is natural and produces energy
  • The purpose of conflict is to create, not destroy
  • Connection, not division, is the key to our strength and survival
  • Vulnerability requires courage and builds trust
  • Leadership is about leveraging diverse gifts towards shared goals
  • There is plenty to go around when you adopt an abundance mindset
  • There are no shortcuts
  • You are 100% responsible for your feelings, thoughts, and behaviors
  • A better phone camera will reveal more of your imperfections

What if you embraced these true compassion stories for 2020. How could your life and your relationships change? How much better could you become as a leader?

Copyright Next Element Consulting, LLC 2019

With The Compassion Mindset Course you can stop the drain of negative workplace interactions turn that energy into greater connection, engagement, and productivity.

About eslkevin

I am a peace educator who has taken time to teach and work in countries such as the USA, Germany, Japan, Nicaragua, Mexico, the UAE, Kuwait, Oman over the past 4 decades.
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