Blaming others for our problems damages our relationships. It slams the door shut on any future progress you might make together.
But what if we could retrain blame? So when we instinctively look for problems, instead we accept our situation, take responsibility, and open the door to new solutions?
There’s more than one side to this though. As we’ll learn, solutions don’t always equal success...
In this episode of Subject Matter, we’ll learn:
- One person’s mindset (which you can use) that led to the Roman empire’s greatest ever defeat
- The science behind blame, and what it’s doing to your brain
- How investing time & resources into something might eventually turn into a risk
You can listen to this episode on Spotify, Apple Podcasts or wherever you get your podcasts.
Did you find this episode useful? Is there anything you’d particularly like to see us discuss in the future? I’d love to hear from you. You can reach me directly here, or on Twitter (@benbradbury_).