Updated: Feb 18
Is it just me, or is it more socially - nay - PROFESSIONALLY acceptable to be in doubt? 🤔🤭🤔
Never have we expressed the phrases ‘I’m not sure’ and ‘I’m not clear on this’ so often to each other, especially in business. In the past, spending any time wavering might have been seen as a lack of experience, or even a sign of incompetence, putting most of us off! 🙋🏼♀️Not anymore. Now it's a sign of being #grounded and #realistic. And being willing to speak up when something needs more attention and thought 💭
I've always scratched my head as to why developers, and I confess, us investors too, don't speak up more immediately when something seems awry, or not quite clear. As we well know, leaving these questions unasked can easily come back to bite us all in the bum!
It only took a global pandemic but it seems we are all getting in the practice of really being honest about doubts. And being willing to be a bit vulnerable. It's becoming...NORMAL. And human...
Has this been your experience? What interpersonal behaviours have you noticed change, since this all began?
Link to my full article in Property Investor News