One of the smartest people I know, Matt Church, said this to me once, and frankly, it stopped me in my tracks. Third option? What third option? What did this mean, and how was I supposed to use this idea to stretch my comfort zone and find the middle?

Right now, we’re more divided than ever. No matter the issue or topic, it seems like it’s harder and harder to meet in the middle. Or to even recognize where the middle is. We all tend to see everything in black and white, right and wrong. But what if you were able to find the grey?

In today’s video, I’m going to show you how you can use that grey area to stop polarizing every topic of conversation, and I’ll even give you some real life examples so that you can see exactly how this works and how it can help you meet in the middle.

Toward real connection—online and off,

CHAD LITTLEFIELD
Creator of the Connection Toolkit
Co-Founder at We and Me

PSI know that Valentine’s Day was yesterday, but if you’re looking for a slightly late gift idea, check out our Better Together bundle. It includes 2 copies of Ask Powerful Questions and 2 copies of the journal that goes with it. It’s perfect for anyone who’s trying to dig a little deeper and have conversations that matter.

PPS Want more tips on having complicated conversations? Check out these other 2 videos for ideas.