I recently had the opportunity to attend a conference for work out of town. And now that I’ve been back home for a few days, I’m realizing that one of the side benefits of being away–even for a little while–is a slightly new perspective.
It’s all too easy to get mired in our day-to-day routine, as we all know, and develop tunnel vision or blind spots.
And I might even argue that taking a vacation doesn’t always necessarily yield the same results (though of course it can) because we expect a perspective shift when we leave on vacation. And I would suggest that sometimes the most profound changes in perspective can result without those expectations; that the unintended shifts in perspective can have the most impact and cause us to look at things quite differently.
Which makes me wonder how I can change my perspective in subtle ways every day…

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