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What Makes You Tick?
Posted on Sept. 23, 2019
Hank Wagner
Category: Personal and Professional Development
A belief system could be best described as this invisible force behind our behavior and decision making. Humans accumulate thousands of beliefs throughout our lifetime about all aspects of life. We gain them through how we were raised, things people say, things we hear or read, and many other external influences we have been exposed to.

In this podcast, Hank Wagner talks about being aware of our belief system. He warns us about how we influence children and encourages us to challenge our belief system as it is an opportunity for growth. Next time you interact with someone who disagrees with your position, use it as an opportunity to venture outside your intellectual bubble. The side effects may be increased humility, a higher degree of intelligence, better listening skills and a more original point of view.
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A belief system could be best described as this invisible force behind our behavior and decision making. Humans accumulate thousands of beliefs throughout our lifetime about all aspects of life. We gain them through how we were raised, things people say, things we hear or read, and many other external influences we have been exposed to.

In this podcast, Hank Wagner talks about being aware of our belief system. He warns us about how we influence children and encourages us to challenge our belief system as it is an opportunity for growth. Next time you interact with someone who disagrees with your position use it as an opportunity to venture outside your intellectual bubble. The side effects may be increased humility, a higher degree of intelligence, better listening skills and a more original point of view.

HANK WAGNER is the founder of Wagner Leadership Training and owns a 650-cow dairy farm in northeastern Wisconsin with his family. A John Maxwell certified speaker, trainer and coach, Hank has authored a book titled “Teachable Moments” and formed Wagner Leadership Training to help individuals, families, organizations and businesses be their best. Learn more about Wagner Leadership at http://becomebetterleaders.com/.

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