It’s not uncommon to fear judgment from other people. We don’t like to hear other people criticising us or making negative statements about us.
The reality is that when someone judges you, they aren’t talking about you, they’re talking about themselves. If you listen, you’ll hear more about the person judging you than you will about yourself. If someone is going to judge you, they need standards and criteria upon which to cast their judgment. Where does this come from? These standards come from their internal conditioning, beliefs, values, and upbringing. You are not part of this equation; you are simply the object. What is being said when people are judging you is actually a judgment of themselves if they were in your shoes.
In this video James Hayes, Director of Coaching and Public Trainings here at The Coaching Room, will take you through:
- Looking at judgment from a new perspective
- Understanding where the criteria for judgment comes from
- Hearing what someone is saying about himself when he judges you
- Knowing that judgment isn’t about you
- Freeing yourself from the fear of judgment
|Releasing fear of judgement|
Next Steps: Check out the download below to access a load more hints and tips that will accelerate your personal development.