Delightful Dissent - Ep. 5 - Good people don't ask difficult questions

With Margaret Barrie

Recorded live at 01:00 PM on Wednesday 02 December 2020

Good people don t ask difficult questions

If there's something that doesn't make sense, it's likely to be my misunderstanding. It's not helpful to question things, particularly if they're urgent or important. I'll only make things worse if I do. Won't I?

In this episode I'm talking to Margaret Barrie to explore if "good people don't ask difficult questions". We'll look at the value of asking questions and when it's the right thing to do even when those questions aren't welcome. We'll find out how eccentricity is a source of creativity and when challenging the way things are is the very best thing to do.

Margaret coaches people who want to express themselves and their strengths more authentically. She works with people who see things differently and want to use this insight to generate positive change in their world.

She helps her clients explore and engage with both the internal and external resistance that comes up when doing this. She uses a lifetime of experience, a deep understanding of human psychology and the Gallup Strengthsfinder assessment tool, amongst many other things, to support her work.

You can get in touch with Margaret on LinkedIn -