#91 - Handling your colleagues’ emotions

In reflecting on a recent gap in their respective enthusiasm towards a new chapter for Every, Dan and Nathan discuss how coworkers and collaborators can make room for each others' respective experiences and feelings without erasing their own. When does injecting reality risk putting someone else's fire out? And how can you tell when you're the one putting a damper on things?

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