The Dangers of Making Assumptions, with Jordan White
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Jordan White is an avowed introvert, experienced leader, and Self-Leadership coach. Driven by his passion for creating a world with less pain and suffering, he takes immense pride in providing compassionate and inspiring coaching services to current and aspiring leaders who tend to identify as inward, radically humble, cerebral, quiet, and introverted. As a Self-Leadership coach, his goals include helping his clients maximize their scientifically-validated thinking assets while minimizing their thinking biases. He provides clients with the tools and a safe space to explore their unique path of least resistance to their success while simultaneously contributing to building a society of Valuegenic Leaders.

What you will learn in this episode:

  • How assumptions show up both as receivers and givers of information
  • The trickle-down effect that leaders initiate when they make assumptions
  • How you can be sure you have the necessary tools to assess your own perspective
  • Why defining values and expectations is so important in successful communication in your relationships
  • How asking questions is the remedy to making dangerous assumptions
  • Some misconceptions and assumptions around introversion 
  • Why you should intentionally add compassion and curiosity to your perspective


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