Who said our differences make us stronger?

Who said our differences make us stronger?

Stephen R, Covey
Yes, it’s a tricky business, but I firmly believe that diversity is something that should underpin everything we do. And I am reminded of the quote attributed to the leading business thinker and author, Stephen R, Covey, who once remarked: “Strength lies in differences, not in similarities”.

How do differences make us stronger?

Children can learn that people are more alike than different, and that everyone deserves to be treated with respect and kindness. They learn from the words they hear and what they see. You can help them learn by the way you talk about or react to what you see in the world.

How our differences make us unique quotes?

“In order to be irreplaceable, one must always be different.” – Coco Chanel

  • “Fitting in allows you to blend in with everyone else, but being different allows you to be yourself, to be unique, and to be more creative.” –
  • “The person who follows the crowd will usually go no further than the crowd.

How our differences help us?

Cultural celebrations foster respect and open-mindedness for other cultures. Celebrating our differences, as well as our common interests, helps unite and educate us. To understand other’s perspectives, to broaden our own, and to fully experience and educate ourselves.

Why should we respect our differences?

Being respected by important people in our lives growing up teaches us how to be respectful toward others. Respect means that you accept somebody for who they are, even when they’re different from you or you don’t agree with them. Respect in your relationships builds feelings of trust, safety, and wellbeing.

Why being different is a good thing?

Being different means you stand out, which is a good thing in a world where everyone is trying to blend in. It means you’re interesting, because you’re different. It means you are less restricted by what’s comfortable, able to explore new ground, not afraid of things because you don’t know about them.

What makes us special in your own way?

To be a unique person means that you are one of a kind and no other person is exactly like you. This uniqueness partly comes from within, shown through our actions and behaviors. According to the Oxford Dictionary, the meaning of unique is “being the only one of its kind; unlike anything else.

Why is it important to embrace our differences?

The benefits of tolerance are clear to see – by embracing our diversity we can learn more about our world and ourselves in turn, enabling us to grow and thrive spiritually. The doors to a multitude of opportunities can also be opened, with new friendships, business contacts and travel possibilities all being revealed.

Why is being different a good thing?

Are our differences what makes us great?

Our differences are what make us great. Let us think about how we can extend this appreciation to people of color, undocumented immigrants, and other members of the community. We believe in a better world, an unglobalised world, enriched by the cultural differences and customs of all the people.

Are our differences more important than our similarities?

But, you know, our differences are less important than our similarities. People have a lot in common with one another, whether they see that or not. The differences between a tart, a pie and a quiche are a blur. I will, from this day strive to forge togetherness out of our differences.

Do our differences matter more than our common humanity?

Our differences do matter, but our common humanity matters more.” “Until every soul is freely permitted to investigate every book, and creed, and dogma for itself, the world cannot be free. Mankind will be enslaved until there is mental grandeur enough to allow each man to have his thought and say.

What are some good quotes about Embrace Your differences?

Embrace your differences and the qualities about you that you think are weird. Eventually, they’re going to be the only things separating you from everyone else. Sebastian Stan Strength lies in differences, not in similarities. Stephen Covey Share our similarities, celebrate our differences. M. Scott Peck

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