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Empathy is important for any leader to succeed. Radical empathy takes it to the next level.
«In order to be a leader, you must have followers. In order to have loyal followers, you really should have empathy. Like, seriously, bruh.»
Research on empathy development in adolescents suggests an under-appreciated potential for positive peer influence
«Positive peer relations in adolescence are associated with more satisfying romantic relationships and greater effectiveness at work later in life.»
Empathy, sympathy, and compassion are three words that many use interchangeably. It’s a legitimate mistake, because these words can be confusing. While these words are near cousins, they are not…
«The Dalai Lama famously said in the book The Art of Happiness, “If you want others to be happy, practice compassion. If you want to be happy, practice compassion.”»
Many people can experience empathy overload, but it's mostly present in those with helping professions, such as nurses and therapists.
Research shows ways to avoid empathy's pitfalls while remaining altruistic.
I spent years trying to convince my wife to get her daughter vaccinated. What I learned is that we can't argue people out of their fears, and only empathy will end anti-vax hysteria.
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