For most of us, there is a unique barrage of thoughts rolling around in our minds. Some to be applied and others that will likely fade away. The conscious mind is where we center our analysis, determine most prominent thoughts for the decisive actions we will take. This is where we set the course for ourselves.
To pretend to think for another and assume to manage or influence them with this same mental process of yours is rarely productive. Better to think for yourself than for others. We shouldn’t disregard that others have their own unique mental process working for them as well. To attempt to mange or influence them, we must engage their thought process and not assume to assign ours to them. Lead with your heart and not your head and you will come to learn together.
“To handle yourself, use your head; to handle others, use your heart.” — Eleanor Roosevelt —