Walking in other's shoes is a great way to begin to understand experiences. As we discover ways to approach empathy from different angles we can see that working through a different mindset can shed light on corners we did not see. Often in our focused world, we look at things from our main viewpoint, this is often selfish in nature, though as we learn to be more mindful, can become reflective of the multiple paths we can take to a solution.
Depth in Each Step
Forward moving principles tell us to keep trying, though often our ideas originate from this same self. The idea of teamwork falls into place as it allocates more minds to a solution than one. Knowing the strength of your team and that of individuals as well provides a deeper understanding of where you can focus these angles to accomplish. To practice this we must take a moment to pause, wait for others to act, and respond in a tactful and engaging way, overtime this rapport establishes confidence that we can carry and leverage to achieve.
The shoes may not always fit, that is surely why we have a team, though pushing ourselves to solve in a variety of ways, can help us understand how we learn. The process of evolving takes quite an amount of dedication, if we have the right focus, the right motivations, and a dedicated form of critique, we can learn at an increased pace. Through others and challenges, we can seek new paths in development, both in life and in our passions. Learning to take on the perspectives of others not only develops our sense of self but deepens the value of our contributions to others.