In this week’s episode, explore the fundamental invitation of conscious leadership, which is to understand the difference between a fact and a story. This episode will provide you with the framework to begin to notice whether you’re expressing yourself in the language of facts or stories. Understanding the key differences between facts and stories gives you the knowledge necessary to begin to consciously communicate.
Throughout this episode, learn about externally and internally-based facts, then explore what a story is and why certain stories prevent progress and growth. Facts and your stories both matter. When you can clearly define facts and stories and use this framework to communicate with intention, you lead consciously.
Differentiate between facts and stories to gain a new perspective. Explore how recognizing and questioning your stories can unlock opportunities for growth and conscious leadership. Learn to communicate unarguably, fostering open dialogue and understanding. Break free from self-imposed limitations and embrace the freedom to create new narratives. Expand your consciousness and transform your experience by embracing alternative stories.
Learn how to limit your time spent in drama by recognizing drama in its three main forms, the cost of drama, and how to recognize the warning signs of drama. This episode explains what the Drama Triangle model is and its different aspects. By the end of this coaching session, you will be able to Identify what each Drama Triangle archetype represents and the way they impact your behavior and leadership. Discover how the Victim, Villain, and Hero manifest in your life and how to recognize the limiting stories you’ve been telling yourself. Gain the tools to combat Below the Line stories and shift Above the Line when you find yourself in drama.
6:11 – What is a story?
8:11 – What is the difference between a fact and a story?
10:38 – What are the 3 types of inner facts you can observe?
11:48 – Learn how to describe your emotions in an unarguable way.
21:40 – Why understanding facts and stories are key to conscious leadership