Agree to Disagree: Getting Along with Others

From the Show: HER
Summary: Ease up on the eye rolls and learn how to still like someone whose opinion differs from your own.
Air Date: 9/28/17
Duration: 17:31
Host: Michelle King Robson and Pam Peeke, MD
Guest Bio: Phoenix Muranetz, Feminine Leadership Expert
Phoenix MaranetzCreative Luminary & Feminine Leadership Expert Phoenix Muranetz has been fascinated with what makes for a sensuous, creative, fulfilling life.

Sometimes referred to as a "Pleasure Shaman" for her ability to help people fully embody their sensual essence and power, Phoenix's unconventional approaches to embodied leadership through sacred ritual, ceremony, movement, creativity + pleasure brings others through an initiation into experiencing the ecstasy of their authentic pleasure and power.

As the Founder of the Awakened Woman Convergence, a yearly global gathering of soulful visionaries and leaders, she builds communities of empowered women who together support one another in exploring their authentic awakened selves. Phoenix and her work have been featured in media such as the Financial Post, Huffington Post, and national news media, TV and radio outlets.

She currently resides in beautiful Victoria, BC, with her daughter and future change-maker Sahara Skye.
Agree to Disagree: Getting Along with Others
Everywhere you look you will see people with differing views not communicating well with each other.

Whether you disagree about politics, climate change, fashion or football, there are some basic tenets to consider.

  1. Try to understand the other person’s point-of-view. We all have different backgrounds and life experiences. Opposing views can help us understand the middle ground. Listen for points where you do see eye-to-eye.
  2. Don’t be rude or arrogant. Arguments are more likely because of how you present your viewpoint. Your opinion may be valid, but don’t be a jerk about it. Compassionate conversation is important.
  3. Don’t dwell on it. Is it really worth an argument? It’s okay to agree to disagree. Don’t take it personally because not everyone will agree with you.
  4. Respect someone else’s right to an opinion. You don’t have to agree with the opinion but you must agree with their right to have an opinion in a free society.
Listen as Phoenix Muranetz joins Dr. Pamela Peeke to discuss how to get along with someone who has a differing opinion.


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