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239: Learning How To Advocate With Compassion

Elegant Warrior Podcast with Heather Hansen

Release Date: 11/14/2022

247: An Update… show art 247: An Update…

Elegant Warrior Podcast with Heather Hansen

In today’s solo episode, I’m announcing a change to The Elegant Warrior podcast.   Stay Connected with Heather: To schedule a call with Heather, click To follow Heather on Instagram, click To subscribe to Heather’s 3Q newsletter, click To request a transcript of this episode, email    

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Elegant Warrior Podcast with Heather Hansen

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Elegant Warrior Podcast with Heather Hansen

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Elegant Warrior Podcast with Heather Hansen

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239: Learning How To Advocate With Compassion show art 239: Learning How To Advocate With Compassion

Elegant Warrior Podcast with Heather Hansen

Out of my 5 C’s of an advocate, I often emphasize compassion, curiosity, and credibility as the most important. In this solo episode, we will highlight how compassion and perspective can be secret weapons in self-advocacy.   ~ WE’LL DISCUSS ~ -   How my definition of compassion goes beyond just the desire to take action -   The difference between perspective and empathy -   How perspective has allowed me to even maintain relationships with some of my exes -   How a letter from a dear friend motivates me to continue seeing things from other’s perspectives  ...

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“If someone doesn't do as you expected, all you know for sure is that he or she didn't do as you expected.” Ann Latham explains the disconnect between what you expected and what happened in a chapter-by-chapter breakdown of her book The Disconnect Principle. ~  WE’LL DISCUSS ~ What it means when people do not live up to our expectations How shifting our focus to fixing the situation instead of the person leads to a better dialogue How our thoughts about someone communicate louder in our body language and facial expressions than in our words How to do something with someone rather...

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Out of my 5 C’s of an advocate, I often emphasize compassion, curiosity, and credibility as the most important. In this solo episode, we will highlight how compassion and perspective can be secret weapons in self-advocacy.

 

~ WE’LL DISCUSS ~

-   How my definition of compassion goes beyond just the desire to take action

-   The difference between perspective and empathy

-   How perspective has allowed me to even maintain relationships with some of my exes

-   How a letter from a dear friend motivates me to continue seeing things from other’s perspectives

 

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