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Judging Others Can Make You Look Stupid! Powerful Video

Judging others can make you look stupid

We all do it from time to time, right? But when we wrongly judge others we can really look  stupid. The reality is each of us has our own weaknesses, and each of us has our strengths. Sometimes we get caught up in worrying so much about others weaknesses that we forget that we have our own too.

Judging often times leads to unfair fault-finding, gossip and backbiting. Each can be poisonous to team morale. What can you do about it as a leader? First and foremost is to make sure that you don’t get caught up in it yourself.

Here is a short and powerful video that demonstrates how stupid we can look at times when we wrongly judge others.

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I have led, trained and consulted in business with hundreds of individuals and teams on leadership and team concepts. My greatest satisfaction in life is seeing others succeed. I am currently the owner of "Teamwork and Leadership Bloggings with Michael Rogers" and

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  • Deb Hunt

    I’ve heard this story before, but the video really drives it home. Thanks, Mike, for sharing. I’ve tweeted it and posted to FB and LI.

  • Mike Rogers

    Thanks Deb. I am glad you enjoyed it! I appreciate you tweeting and posting as well : )

  • Pamela

    Mike, this is great! I like the way you portray a familiar story with a visual twist. Well done!

  • Mike Rogers

    Thanks Pamela!
    How are you by the way?

  • Sanjay Rakecha

    Nice Mike. enjoyed myself the video. Thanks for sharing.

  • Sunder Sharma

    Beautiful video, and thank you for sharing! Too often we are blinded by our own biases and forget the basics – if you can’t see clearly, wipe your spectacles!

    • Michael Rogers

      Exactly Sunder!


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