3 Signs of Casual Discrimination and How To Avoid Them

Casual discrimination isn’t always about who get’s “talked down”

It can be about who doesn’t get “talked up”

Get your pen and paper ready

We’re talking about 3 Signs of Casual Discrimination and How To Avoid them

In today’s show we discuss several things including:

  • An alternative way to think about casual discrimination
  • The people who get Permission to Fail and Permission to Try
  • A 3 Step Framework for you to use immediately and much more

Here’s some of what we discuss on the show:

Casual discrimination can be about who get’s “talked up” not just “talked down”

” in the example I gave it’s not that this black person gets talked down. They fail to get talked up. If you don’t get talked up you’re at a disadvantage “

Some people get to be average and still win at work

” Is there a class of person who gets to be mediocre and this is portrayed as being acceptable? I’m not talking about outstanding performance. I’m talking average at best.”

It’s your turn to “talk someone up”

“You’ve got work to do and you’re going to get an even bigger result.”


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