February 25, 2010
These days it seems as though there are no shortage of people whose lives are being put before the court of public opinion. Tiger Woods is the most recent and obvious example of this.
Ever since that fateful last Friday in November of last year, there has been no shortage of speculation into what all Woods has done, why he did it, and if he has truly repented for his transgressions against his wife, children, and others.
We also play the role of judge in the lives of people we know and see each day. For the good of ourselves and others, many judgments we make are quite necessary. However, many judgments we make may also be misinformed and could be quite harmful to our relationships with others.
In this article, Ken Sande helps us to better understand the difference between the good judging of others and the bad. If it is the first article in a three part series on this subject. I hope you find this helpful and, as always, I would love to hear your feedback.