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Something to think about

In the drive for more content, often overlooked is the desire for more context. Despite the finite number of words and smaller subset we use routinely, the key to understanding is context.

To establish context, consider the lenses available to us. What lens do we look through? Is that the lens through which we project? What about our audience? What lenses do they have?

When we take the time to consider our lens and those of others, context is easier to establish. From that, we reach understanding.

Take time this week to work on the context over the content. Experience the good things that happen when you shift the lens and make the connection with another person.

About the Author Michael Santarcangelo

The founder of Security Catalyst, Michael develops exceptional leaders and powerful communicators with the security mindset for success.

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