You are a funny and easy-going guy who met someone. You spent some nice time together, you were joking like you always do. But then, she wrote that you are too serious for her. WTF? Where did she find this in you? Why did she see something that is not present in you at all? Or do you just think that it's not present in you?
Is the perception that people have of you the real you?
Is what we feel about ourselves real?
Or is it something that you want to show?
Sometimes we wonder how some people can come to conclusions about us that are the opposite of the real us.
Why does one person see you as a serious individual and another one as a silly clown?
What is the TRUE you amongst the "opinion of others", "our perception about ourselves" and the "real you"?
In this episode we speak about the perception that people have about us and how to deal with it. Do we need to change something and if yes, what?
True stories and the answer to the question, “Could someone be described in their entirety?”, included.
Looking forward to hear from you!!
Daria Hackenberg (Russia, currently based in Berlin, Germany)
Project Manager and Agilist, passionate in philosophical aspect of life and with deep understanding to people nature.
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Hollis P Monroe (USA, currently based in Berlin, Germany)
DJ/Music producer and YouTube conversationalist who thoroughly enjoys talking about a variety of topics in and outside of the music world.
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