Oprah’s Lifeclass Lesson 13: When People Show You Who They Are, Believe Them


Lesson 13: When People Show You Who They Are, Believe Them

Webcast Week 3 in Review

Oprah says that of all the lessons she’s learned in her life, this one may be at the very top of her list.  Maya Angelou explains… people know themselves much better than we do.   So don’t expect them to be something other than who they are.
Aired: 10/26/2011
Today’s Question:   Think of someone you met recently. What have they shown you about themselves? Who are they?
What Others Are SayingJournal Questions:

Often when a person does not show you the exact problem or issue, you get little whispers, little messages, little problems – something is a little off.  Although she did not know he was gay.  He had shown her that he was a person accustomed to keeping secrets, deceiving, not being open.
Make a Pro and Con List
If you’re still searching for a soul mate, relationship expert Iyanla Vanzant urges you to pay attention to red flags and don’t settle for someone you have to fix. Like Iyanla said in 1998, “If you see crazy coming, cross the street!”

Oprah’s Lifeclass Notes:

Always be prepared to renegotiate an agreement.  If the original agreement does not work out, renegotiate.

Remember to Pay It Forward…

 


Oprah’s Lifeclass
Oprah’s Lifeclass Lesson 13: When People Show You Who They Are, Believe them
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Oprah’s Lifeclass Notes
Today’s Lifeclass Question

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One comment on “Oprah’s Lifeclass Lesson 13: When People Show You Who They Are, Believe Them

  1. Thanks for a great post.
    I heard it said that the definition of insanity is doing the same thing but expecting different results. So true. If something isn’t working out the way you thought it should, it’s time to approach it from a different angle.
    Our relationships with others should be constantly updated as well…we are all growing and changing, minute by minute. I think this is extremely important to remember when we interact with adult children.

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