Clarity of Distance Makes the Mind Grow Stronger

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How taking a break from something and returning with a fresh perspective can lead to game-changing new insights.

Recently, NLI founder and CEO David Rock was reminded of the importance of the clarity of distance — taking a break from something and returning to it with a fresh perspective, so that we can see things in a new light. In the workplace, this clarity can lead to game-changing insights. Rather than let these insights go to waste, Rock suggests writing them down immediately and sharing them explicitly. Read more in Fast Company.

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