Should We Judge?

by Oct 15, 2021

Ratings and reviews matter, right?

Everyone is bound to make a judgement call at some point in their lives, more than once really. Every time I’m making a turn on a drive, I need to make the judgement call of pulling out in front of a car or not. Then there are times when we’ll judge others on something they do or don’t do. 

On dating apps we make judgements based on a photo. When we go out to restaurants we look up the reviews first. Before we rent an Airbnb we look at the ratings to make sure the host is a fit or if we’re renting to someone we’re making sure they’re a decent guest. 

I’ve had my fair share of experiences renting either my Airbnb out or my car and those reviews have saved a lot of hassle (maybe). In this episode of Becoming Kings I dive into the judgements made in my life, the experiences I’ve had, and what it means to be your word. 

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In this episode you’ll learn about…

  • Types of judgement (2:00)
  • Reviews, Fools, and Shame (3:25)
  • Getting saucey (6:20)
  • Times of judgement (8:01)
  • Ripple effects (10:02)
  • Rental experiences (13:00)
  • Be your word (16:19)
  • Becoming Kings (19:36)

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