By | Ashton Jackson | www.cnbc.com
Uncomfortable conversations are inevitable — and that’s why learning to navigate them is necessary for building healthy relationships and a successful career.
Maybe you need to offer a friend or colleague some constructive criticism, or you’ve been called into a meeting with your boss to discuss a work project that went south. These conversations may be nerve-wracking, but learning to confront them head-on — and with the right amount of tact — can help turn an uncomfortable situation into a positive.
“As human beings, we actually have to work very hard to be human, and one of those human skills that we need to practice is how to have uncomfortable conversations,” Sinek said in the video. “Being uncomfortable is part of being human.”