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Question Assumptions. Discover Potentials. Expand Your Mind.
Leonardo da Vinci said, "Learn how to see. Realize that everything connects to everything else."
We're talking about a pair of glasses, but not the ones on your nose.
We're talking about the lens through which you see the world.
The story of Steve in the cubicle next door. He saw a spreadsheet. He reimagined it as a tool for storytelling. Now, he's a data-artist.
Or consider Maria, the receptionist. She saw incoming calls. She redefined them as opportunities for brand storytelling. Now, she's head of customer experience.
People around you see walls. You see doors.
The spreadsheet? It's not just cells and numbers. It's a canvas for innovation.
The customer complaint? Not a problem, but a clue. A path to improvement.
A failed product launch? Not a setback but a lesson. A stepping stone to success.
Consider the advice of Wayne Dyer: "When you change the way you look at things, the things you look at change."
The wall is now a door. The obstacle is now the way.
When was the last time you wore a different lens? When did you last dance to a different rhythm?
You're not confined by today's limitations. You're only confined by the scope of your vision.
See a barrier? Shift your focus. It might just become a bridge.
See a failure? Alter your perspective. It could be a foundation for success.
Albert Einstein once reflected, "The measure of intelligence is the ability to change."
The limits of today are not the boundaries of tomorrow. They are mere illusions.
Your mind is the artist. Your vision is the brush. Your life, a canvas.
What will you paint?
Choose your lens wisely, for it shapes not just what you see but what you create.
The world is an ever-changing masterpiece.
And you? You're not just looking at it.
You're shaping it.
Question assumptions. Discover potentials. Expand your mind.
See the unseen.
For when you change the way you look at things, the things you look at change.
Alter your lens today, and who knows?
You might just find a whole new world waiting on the other side of tomorrow.