Is your need to be right stronger than your desire for harmonious relationships? While the choice seems obvious, a primitive part of our brain craves being the “correct” one. Jeddy breaks down how to cultivate trust and respect in relationships by dropping the need to be right. 

Show Notes:

  • Do you feel like you need to get in the last word?
  • Why we attach our value to having the right answers and solutions.
  • How arguments push away rather than bring together
  • Why we can be loved and appreciated even when we are wrong
  • How admitting when you are wrong can lead to greater levels of trust
  • Why leadership requires humility
  • Why do we feel that being right is so important?