What I Think: Different Viewpoints

Same Situation, Different Viewpoints

I enjoy the summer for lots of reasons, particularly because I make the effort to reconnect with girl friends and sports. It is always fun–full of stories, lies, and half-truths that are meant to cause laughter and exaggerated histrionics, which totally clarifies why our families disown us when we’re together.

Recently three of “my buds” and I were car-pooling to a soccer game. There was a lull in the conversation: We were all gazing out the window, at the weather. What unfolded was simple and common enough, yet the profundity is significant.

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Vera Asanin

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Vera Asanin is award-winning and the Editor-in-Chief for Your Workplace. She is a published author of hundreds of articles, and a professional speaker at international events. Vera is inspiring and passionate, and she’s also on a mission to make work better.

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