Maybe I used the word “crappy” twice in this video because saying sorry can feel so crappy.
But it doesn’t have to.
“I’m sorry,” is only yucky in a world where we’re expected to be perfect. We’re all so imperfectly amazing, we should be dishin’ out ‘I’m sorry’ all over the place.
I don’t mean in a Canadian way (apologizing when someone else bumps into us).
In this 5-minute video, we’ll discuss how a genuine apology, or taking responsibility for ourselves, can move us forward in life.
We don’t have to blame or shame ourselves when we say it.
We can apologize with empathy and confidence, knowing our mistakes are directional arrows, pointing us toward something better.
We’ll also learn why it’s near impossible for narcissists to apologize.