“We all get so caught up in the moment of what we’re doing every day, it’s hard to hit that reset button and get pulled away from all that and see life from a different perspective.” —Tony Stewart

The other day I saw a video that had me wondering about perspective. As a child, I am sure we have all heard the nursery rhyme “Row, Row, Row Your Boat.” What is the nursery rhyme about? Rowing a boat gently down a stream?

 

By looking at things differently we open up a whole new world.

“I just want people to take a step back, take a deep breath and actually look at something with a different perspective. But most people will never do that.” —Brian McKnight

Have a great weekend.

—Vijay

About Friday Food for Thought (FFfT)

I frequently attend conferences and retreats on entrepreneurship and leadership and while I am away, the J2 team picks up the slack, allowing me to learn to be better at what I do. I wanted to share what I was learning with my team, so I created the weekly FFfT emails in November of 2015 and have been writing them ever since.

Before long, the J2 staff began sharing the FFfT emails with their friends and family and now other leaders have asked to be included, which led to the creation of this newsletter. I hope you enjoy!

“We all get so caught up in the moment of what we’re doing every day, it’s hard to hit that reset button and get pulled away from all that and see life from a different perspective.” —Tony Stewart

The other day I saw a video that had me wondering about perspective. As a child, I am sure we have all heard the nursery rhyme “Row, Row, Row Your Boat.” What is the nursery rhyme about? Rowing a boat gently down a stream?

 

By looking at things differently we open up a whole new world.

“I just want people to take a step back, take a deep breath and actually look at something with a different perspective. But most people will never do that.” —Brian McKnight

Have a great weekend.

—Vijay

About Friday Food for Thought (FFfT)

I frequently attend conferences and retreats on entrepreneurship and leadership and while I am away, the J2 team picks up the slack, allowing me to learn to be better at what I do. I wanted to share what I was learning with my team, so I created the weekly FFfT emails in November of 2015 and have been writing them ever since.

Before long, the J2 staff began sharing the FFfT emails with their friends and family and now other leaders have asked to be included, which led to the creation of this newsletter. I hope you enjoy!

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