Asset-based thinking

Asset-based thinking focuses on opportunities rather than problems, strengths rather than weaknesses, what can be done instead of what can’t. I love the optimism and positiveness of this.

Some asset-based responses:

What is possible? (rather than – That’s impossible.)
What’s done is done. Move on. (rather than – Whose fault is that?)
What am I learning? (rather than – What’s wrong with me?)
How can I get around this? (rather than – That’ll never change.)
What makes him tick? (rather than – He’s out of his mind.)

For more information check out http://www.assetbasedthinking.com
(it’s American, so try to see through the slight cheesiness!)

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