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“How are you?” and the art of checking in

in The On Being Project with Krista Tippett

How are you?

No, really. How are you? 

Leadership coach Jerry Colonna says this simple, ubiquitous question can actually be an opportunity for radical inquiry. After working in venture capital, he now coaches CEOs (including, full disclosure, ours) to think through how to create workplaces that are more whole. When we ask with genuine interest “How are you?” we create an opening to connect more deeply with others — and to understand ourselves. “How are you actually feeling, in your body, right now? Are you tired? Are you scared? Are you exhausted? Are you filled with joy? Are you filled with anxiety? Is it all of the above? Is it none of the above? In my experience, we don’t even pay attention to that question ourselves,” Colonna says. Click to continue to the podcast

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