Which frame?

It’s interesting how the same painting can look quite different when placed in a different frame.

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There are times when we really just aren’t particularly excited about having to meet a particular person (again) or having to try a new experience perhaps.

When we button up our protective vest, cross our arms, and scrunch up our face, the interaction is guaranteed to be non-productive.

But when we open ourselves to the possibility, at least, of a positive experience, we change the frame. You never know what effect this might have.

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David Bott

Hi, I'm David Bott, Associate Director of the Institute of Positive Education in Australia.

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