What do we do when we realize our next right thing is to apologize? And how do we do it in a way that the person we’re apologizing to will know that we’re sincere? I’m so glad to welcome bestselling author, TEDx speaker, leadership consultant and psychologist, Dr. Jennifer Thomas.
Jennifer is the co-author of The Five Apology Languages with Dr. Gary Chapman, and together they’ve also written a book in partnership with Paul White called Making Things Right at Work. With a PhD in clinical psychology and community psychology from the University of Maryland, Jennifer helps readers and leaders know the right things to say to keep growing.
If you’re curious about why the last apohttps://emilypfreeman.com/wp-admin/edit.php?post_type=podcastlogy you gave fell flat, or if you wonder why you just don’t believe people when they’re apologizing to you, today’s conversation will hopefully provide valuable insight for your next right apologetic thing. Listen in.
LINKS + RESOURCES FROM THIS EPISODE:
- Preorder How to Walk Into a Room
- Subscribe to The Soul Minimalist on Substack
- The Quiet Collection app
- The 5 Apology Languages by Gary Chapman and Jennifer Thomas
- Making Things Right at Work by Gary Chapman, Jennifer Thomas, and Paul White
- Learn more about Dr. Jennifer Thomas
- Order The Next Right Thing Guided Journal
- Grab a copy of my book The Next Right Thing
- Find me on Instagram @emilypfreeman
I’m Emily and I’m glad you’re here! If you’re struggling to discern your next right thing, grab this free guide to help you make any decision today.