We’ve talked a little in the past about inner voices, and how some folks don’t have one (which I still find fascinating, and would offer up one of mine if you aren’t fortunate enough to have a traveling companion in your noggin); however, this conversation takes it a little further. I’d like to unpack both some historic “what the heck” moments, as well as look at some of the current issues we see with folks opening their mouths before engaging their brain…. OR Is it that people still have an entitled mentality and think they can get away with it and simply apologize IF caught/found out/called out? We see the same behavior in our industry across numerous areas, from individuals grooming others, to put-downs, elitism, and denial…. (not the river) all of them COULD be mitigated if folks just paused, looked around, evaluated the situation, and then thought about things before inserting one or both feet in their mouth. Let’s talk about why this happens, and why we still don’t seem to be able to tackle it.

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