Most people go through life enjoying spending time with people they feel that they get along with and avoiding people with who they feel discomfort, conflict, or friction. It can feel so hard trying to open up and get along with people who have different opinions than we do, so we tend to avoid this friction that comes from honestly and genuinely interacting with them.
What if we told you that one of the keys to a successful and happy life is learning how to navigate inevitable friction that emanates from our friendships, romantic relationships, professional exchanges, and any other human relationship that exist in our lives.
The internal and external friction that we feel from challenging human interactions shows us the areas where we need to grow, and when we learn to go through these experiences in a new way, they make us stronger, wiser, happier and bring us closer to everything we want in life.
But what is this “new way” to go through these experiences? What is the secret?
Join David Richeson and Deanna Smith on a journey of self-discovery to uncover the secrets to experiencing challenges in life with higher awareness and get practical insight on how you can use it to work through the friction in your personal and professional life today.
Saturday October 21st
10:45 - 1:30
146 west 29th street, 8th floor, Manhattan (between 6th & 7th)