“Human behavior flows from three main sources: desire, emotion, and knowledge.” — Plato
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The word behavior is derived from words meaning conduct, manners, and possession, and today it generally refers to the ability to manage the relationship between external and internal forces, as revealed through our actions.
When we’re unable or unwilling to understand other people’s behaviors and their underlying stories, fears, and motivations, we construct barriers that prevent connection with others. And yet, when we are able and willing to identify and understand these behavior patterns, we become empowered and encouraged to work with rather than against each other for mutual support and benefit.
The question becomes, what might you do to better understand the behavior of others?
Jonas Cain is an author, magician, and facilitator of fascination, helping individuals, teams, and communities experience abiding joy by mindfully transitioning through change. Questions or comments? Email him at email@example.com to discuss your challenges, goals, and obstacles.
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Jonas Cain, M.Ed. is a storyteller, magician, musician, and facilitator of fascination on a mission to help you experience abiding joy.