When I look at my children laughing and playing, I see perfection.
When my wife tells me she loves me, I feel perfection.
When I hold the door open for the old lady walking out of CVS, I am sharing perfection.
In all those instances things are NOT perfect, but in perspective.
Why then do we spend so much time striving for perfection instead of perspective?
When striving for perspective…
I see myself in your shoes.
I stop selling you on solutions and start handing out the best ideas.
I hope to make you feel like you’re worth something instead of nothing.
I strive for a better us, rather than just me.
Perspective brings about perfection.
Be sure you’re striving for the right thing.