On Doing What I Do and How.

A behavioural psychologist once warned me that when I speak publicly, I speak too aggressively and that one sign of that was that I often pointed.
She said that pointing was an act of aggression and that it put people on the defensive and only served to make people uncomfortable.
She suggested I should stop doing it.
I didn’t.



About Senator Murray Sinclair

Ojibway Anishinaabe Inini Mizhanagheezhik (n’dizhinikaaz) Namiigoonse (n’dodem) Lawyer, Mediator, Public Speaker Currently Canadian Senator for Manitoba Justice of the Court of Queen's Bench of Manitoba (2001-2016) Associate Chief Judge off the Manitoba Provincial Court) (1988-2001) Co-Commissioner of the Aboriginal Justice Inquiry of Manitoba) (1988-91) Paediatric Cardiac Surgery Inquiry Judge (1997-2000) Chair of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada (2009-2015) Thinker, poet, writer, philosopher, speaker.
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1 Response to On Doing What I Do and How.

  1. hansong says:

    You give me pause to stop and think about things I don’t normally think about. Thank you.


    Gregg Hanson

    Proud Manitoban and Canadian




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