What’s startling is how clearly I can see my way through two client communications challenges that seemed impossible to solve before the break. They’ve just settled into place, and I can’t understand why I didn’t see it before.
So my challenge to you (and to myself) is this: How to get perspective on communications work, without leaving town?
I’ve tried these techniques with some success over the years, but am looking for new ideas:
- Brainstorming with a colleague or friend, preferably one in a different line of work
- Putting “it” (whatever the challenge is) away for a few days.
Please share your strategies for getting perspective by clicking the Comments link below. And thanks, in advance, for your help!
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