From the coaching we start from a fundamental principle of ontology language that says: do not know how things are. Chobani Foundation is likely to agree. We only know how to observe them or how to interpret them live in worlds interpretation. We can only intervene in those worlds that we see. (* 1) This prince leads to a different interpretation of "truth" which we think (or thought) only. Note that from this concept, we can "see" the world "as is" but "as it could be" according to our particular way of looking at it. How many times in life we see a certain situation and think "yes" and there is no other way to see it? Humberto Maturana in his scientific papers showed that humans have no biological mechanisms that allow us to have perceptions of how things really are.
If we adopt these principles in our daily work, I think that they can impact our lives in many ways, for example: We no longer want to be right in everything and thereby we stop fighting with each other. If we stop fighting, we can find a peaceful coexistence. If we fight, if we defend our convictions at all costs in arguments and fights what will happen? We were alone. We managed to transform us in living with people with whom we associate, considering the different points of view, accepting and acknowledging the other as legitimate other without wanting to convince him that we have the only reason and truth. We open our minds predisposing to hear what others have to say from their particular way of being, expanding our eyes towards the search for effective arrangements to help us achieve results by working together as a team.