Reframing (Wikipedia) – Another meaning or another sense is assigned by reframing a situation or context, thus sees a situation in another frame. A frame can refer to a belief, what limits our view of the world. If we let this limiting belief go, new conceptions and interpretation possibilities can develop.
This episode is framed by the following topics:
- What is reframing?
- Changing the frame
- Changing the way you look at it
- Examples of reframes
- Where reframes are useful?
- Business: it’s not the best product that wins, but the one that communicates the best
- Relationships: Freedom to change my or other’s perspective
- Getting unstuck
- Structure of reframing
- Content reframing
- Context reframing
- 6-step reframing
- Reframing in personal growth
- Midlife crisis – getting laid off and starting out from scratch
- Real example – someone survived a car and plane crash, got paralysed and burned, and ran for the senate
- “Murderball” – a documentary on quadruplegics playing professional wheel-chair version of football
- Reframing in relationships
- Reframing in organizations