You know what that means?

Most times I have an idea. Also most times what I think is totally different from the other person’s opinion. And here is where the debate starts and everyone fights for their own opinion. This is why this question should be converted to: “Tell me what you think you understood, so I can tell you how you got it wrong”.

Points of view differ and everyone draws their own conclusions. Most times there are no right or wrong conclusions, just different approaches, different solutions, prioritization, experience, skills. There are a lot of different ways to get to the same result, it’s just a matter of what path you want to take to get there.

The most important thing is to try and put yourself in the other person’s shoes, to understand their point of view, the solution they chose and see what’s to learn from that. Each insight might bring a different light on what you believed and offer new perspectives. All it takes is just some empathy and an open mind.

Seeing things through the eyes of someone else might open your own.

Catalin Costea

If I had to describe myself in one word it would be polymath; Renaissance man if I had two. I strongly believe that everything you know will come of use sooner or later and that constantly challenging yourself and continuous learning are the key to success.