Empathy TB

 

Take a minute today and think through the word empathy. Empathizing with someone isn’t always natural. Human’s natural tendency is to believe that everyone shares the same knowledge, experience and life that they enjoy.

 

So not true! You never fully know the battles that others are facing.

 

Empathy is different from sympathy, which is pity or sorrow for others’ misfortunes. They share a common root in -pathy, from the Greek pathos, “feeling.” Where they differ is in their prefixes: sym- means “with,” while em-means “in.” If you can empathize with someone, it’s because you have been in their place: you’ve “walked a mile in their shoes,” as the saying goes.

 

So I invite you to take a proactive step towards empathizing with others. This step towards empathy is an opportunity for you to invest into those around you.

 

Choose one of the Drive Planning Programs for Personal Development. Our group sessions allow your team to take a proactive step in bettering themselves.

 

Our programs emphasize:

 

  • Relational Health

  • Physical Health

  • Financial Health

 

Which leads to:

 

  • Better Communication Skills at Home and the Office

  • Greater Productivity

  • An Increased Self Image

  • More Financially Sound

  • Greater Confidence

  • Less Sick Days

  • Weight Loss

  • Increased Patience

  • More Focused

 

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