Friction

We tend to create a lot of unnecessary friction when we criticize how someone conducts themselves.

We focus on how they are driving “the wrong way” or prepping for the meeting inefficiently.

The problem is that we are spending far too much time thinking about how to make this person be more like us. We are convinced that the way we do things is the right way to do things.

Yet, there are 1,000 ways to skin a cat but we usually tend to do it one way. The way everyone else does it though just seems too inconvenient for us to learn.

Different is not the same as weird.