Helena Clayton | Daniel Forrester’s ‘Consider’ is relevant for organisational life, and explores the benefits of building in more time for reflection, of unplugging, of stepping back, of thinking more before acting…
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Daniel Forrester’s ‘Consider’ is relevant for organisational life, and explores the benefits of building in more time for reflection, of unplugging, of stepping back, of thinking more before acting…

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There’s an intangible and invisible market place within our lives today where the products traded are four fold: attention, distraction, data and meaning. The stories and examples within Consider demonstrate that the best decisions, insights, ideas and outcomes result when we make sufficient time to think and reflect.

While technology allows us to act and react more quickly than ever before, we are taking increasingly less time to consider our decisions before we make them.  Reflection supplies an arsenal of ideas and solutions to the right problems.

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