We’re living in an extremely divisive time, where many people want to put a clear label on other people and topics. This makes it easier to file them under something we either agree or disagree with and takes the effort of thoughtfulness out of the process.
But this approach isn’t serving us well. It limits us from discovering common ground and changing our minds. It only leads to more close-mindedness and more division.
Today on The Dhru Purohit Podcast, I talk to Africa Brooke about breaking free from tribalism and learning how to exist, and even celebrate, being in the gray area.
Africa Brooke is a globally recognized consultant, coach, speaker, and writer who specializes in helping people move through self-censorship and other forms of self-sabotage. Her work takes a close look at the complexity, mess, and glory that is the human experience, and she makes a strong case for why we need to accept discomfort as an essential part of the growth process.
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