Visual perception plays a big role in our everyday life. It helps us in learning and interacting with others and is something I raise awareness of when I am working with groups.
For example, look at this image; what do you see?
Do you just see a lion?
Or do you see the people?
We all see things differently and at different stages and if we are to work together effectively and achieve our aims and objectives we need to recognize and understand our differences.
Anais Nin said: “We don’t see things as they are; we see things as we are”.
Our sets of core beliefs are based on our own past experiences, culture, faith, and values. We all look at situations and interpret what other people say and do, and react accordingly, which in some instances can result in conflict. So we need to be aware that not everyone sees things the way we do and prepare for that if we want to reach a common goal.
Being in a team or when working in a situation where we want to gain the support of others, it is important that we try to understand different viewpoints as we work to improve things.
So, next time you have a situation where people see things differently, it may be better to explore what they see and how they see it as it may just open up your eyes to a new way of thinking cialis in england bestellen.
Remember that a happy positive team with a basic plan will outperform a miserable team with a brilliant plan, every time.
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