Have you ever heard the phrase “Birds of a Feather Flock Together”, and wondered how it applies to you? You don’t need this because you get along with everyone, right? Right…
Have you ever been in a room and heard someone say, “Oh, they are just acting that way because they are an owl” or, “Quit being such a peacock – it isn’t all about you!”
Well, maybe not in those exact words, but something to that effect, right? Perhaps, the words were a little more colorful…
Well, the truth is personalities’ “feathers” set us apart and group us together all at the same time. Yes. That is what I said. Personalities set us apart and group us together all at the same time – Birds of a Feather Flock Together. The wonderful truth is that we are all humans, created with all kinds of quirks and things that make us tick – and well, they just aren’t all the same, and sometimes, our differences cause confusion which can lead to miscommunication and frustration. In times of confusion and frustration, I have always been taught to get a little curious. So, I am hoping that you take that as a tool, too.
Wouldn’t it be nice to understand why someone acts the way they do? Or learn how to best communicate with someone in the best of times and in the worst of times? Congratulations, I am going to help you get that 6th sense you have always wanted without the ghosts.
Here are some questions to ponder: How do you support or control others? How direct or indirect are you with information? Why is it that you can never decide on which direction the project should move in? Or when car shopping, why is it that you and your significant other are polar opposites when it comes to what to purchase? Are you all about organized chaos and that just drives your boss bananas?
Listen, we all have feathers – that is the good news. The bad news is: Not enough of us know how to use those feathers to flock together. So, where do we go from here? Well, you register for The Birds Workshop and find out what bird you are so you and your team can understand what part of the “V” they are in, in order to fly successfully and safely in the proper direction for the season ahead – together.