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Disagreement? Use it to get to know the other person better

Our views are based on our values, standards, ethics, commitments, dreams, passions, etc. When someone shares their perspectives or opinions, they are showing something about themselves – what is important to them, what they value.

When someone is expressing their opinion, instead of asking yourself the question, “Do I agree or disagree?” asked yourself “What are they revealing about themselves right now?” or “What can I get to know about what is important to them?”

Ask, “Help me understand your perspective.” “Help me understand how you came to this thought.”

J.O.T. [Just One Thing]

Through the years, many clients and students have reached out for guidance and support. They came seeking encouragement and assistance with relationship challenges. They asked tough questions. They explored their role in the relationship. They enhanced their communication and conflict resolution skills.  They adopted productive mindsets that helped them enrich their marriage, family life and so many other aspects of their lives.

Adai Ad’s (JOT) Just One Thing series was developed to share short and practical relationship insights, tools and mindsets every morning (via whatsapp and social media). These are widely received all over the world.

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