When it comes to why we should believe in others, no one says it better than Victor Frankl, and in only 4 minutes. What will you (and I) choose to believe about others as we listen to the news and monitor social media?
What if we all practiced this one thing?
What would that make possible?
Some will say it is too simplistic, that no thing this small could every make a difference on a large scale.
But what if they’re wrong? What if choosing to believe the best of others makes all the difference?
Let’s give it a try. We don’t have anything to lose.
I love this post by Harold Jarche. An elevator pitch in 10 sentences! It captures not only a business perspective but with some slight adjustments in language, these 10 pitch points capture what I believe is the gift of social learning and social media. I’ve borrowed and adjusted six of the ten that seem especially fitting to social learning in the work of creating community and organizational change. (Thank you Harold for the creative commons license).