Honoring our Differences

“Research shows our brain’s design makes us more compassionate toward people we find similar to us. This instinct was helpful when we traveled little and lived limited lives in the confines of our tribe. We need to transcend this instinct in an interconnected world.

Fortunately research also shows we can overcome this limitation by choosing to honor our differences and looking for and finding similarities. This short video share is the science and art of savoring our similarities and honoring our differences.”
By Amit Sood
Dr. Sood is the creator of the Resilient Option program. He is one of the world’s leading experts on resilience and wellbeing, and executive director of the Global Center for Resiliency and Wellbeing. He was also professor of medicine, and Chair for student life and wellness at Mayo Clinic.

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