In the blame, judgement and critical culture we obsess about what went wrong and whose fault it was.
Perhaps it would be better to look at only what went well or was a success and do more of that, and even better next time.
It’s a challenge to change our thinking to that as a good deal of people won’t know what to do when they have no one to blame, shame and judge.
Most things in life are rarely what they seem to be.
However, we act constantly every day on these impressions we form of people, situations and so on, without pausing to be curious. We form judgements, often based on nothing much or what others tell us.
We could choose to pause and ask, is this really true? Is this really what this person means? That means switching the autopilot off and letting go of the judgements we all carry.