Tuesday 16 July 2013

Are you using all your senses?

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Not all causes to problems are obvious which is why you need to observe all the clues that are available that will help point you in the right direction.

In the video I use the movement that we can see in the field of wheat to determine where the wind is and the direction in which it's headed. You can also hear the impact of the wind as I speak as it's picked up by the video recorder. I remember sitting in a tent in a gale and hearing the wind approaching as it moved through the adjacent avenue of trees.

In a situation you'd like more clarity on what can you observe (see/hear/feel) to help you get to the root of the problem?

Alison Smith
Inspiring change inside and out
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