The Career Class: Different Lenses
When someone disagrees with an idea we find to be profound and intelligent, we often mistake their disagreement for disapproval. Instead of being dismissive of an opposing viewpoint, we can perceive it as an opportunity to learn more about our own opinions. In this episode of The Career Class, Columbia College Chicago’s Flora Brunetti and Lisa Hopkins-Newell discuss the practice of being open-minded. Being open-minded can allow us to grow our entrepreneurial prowess in unexpected ways as well as develop relationships that are fruitful to our development.