Clean the bathroom.

Make the appointment.

Organize the garage.

Set-up the meeting.

Sweep and mop the floor.

Rake the leaves.

Plan and make dinner. (And do the dishes!)

Just find something that you know the other person – your spouse, friend, colleague or neighbor – is always expected to do and from which they would most welcome some relief!

Trust me on this one.

Really. Trust me.

DAVID BERRY is the author of “A More Daring Life: Finding Voice at the Crossroads of Change” and the founder of RULE13 Learning. He speaks and writes about the complexity of leading in a changing world. Connect with him on Twitter at @berrydavid.

Published On: December 22nd, 2018 / Categories: leadership / Tags: , , , , , /

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