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Apr 13, 2004 12:27 am re: A break
steve chichester
Hi Eric, no I don't think absence makes the heart grow fonder. Out of sight out of mind is at least as likely. Unless one is in some environment of deprivation. Taking a break from a project may indeed give one fresh perspective on the project, and perhaps the place of the project in ones personal life. Some projects are just plain not worth working on, or finishing. Knowing when to cut your losses is pretty important. I have found several times the importance of working a project long enough to get a grasp of it, then hiring/delegating the completion to others. And occasionally trashing it. Some times that "reflection" is done by temporarily switching to a diferent project. And sometimes switching to a different project clarifies the mind to solve the other project. Steve Chichester< > > < > Eric Sohn wrote: >

Does absence make the heart grow fonder? In other words, do you find that taking a break from what you're doing helps you gain fresh perspective when you return to the task at hand? And, what's your favorite way of clearing your head?


Happy Holidays to all! Easter is a time for renewal (even though I don't celebrate, so let's recharge!


Coach Eric

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