…any number of people envisioning the future, solving a problem, on a collective journey.
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Focussing on what is really important makes everyone's job easier and gets stuff done quicker and better.
The lack of flexibility is actually a boon, not a burden. Prime lenses are, by definition, constrained. They force you to make choices as to what to shoot and how. Forces you to be more thoughtful about what you want to shoot, which is resulting in better pictures. They enable you to focus on what’s really important, which also makes a facilitator’s job easier. Simply timeboxing a conversation can be far more productive than having a facilitator try to intermediate.
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- EEK Speaks » Eugene Eric Kim » Eight Lessons on Facilitation from Photography
- Conversation about goals between Theo Gerrits and Martien van Steenbergen.
|Author||Martien van Steenbergen +|
|Goal||focus on what is really important +|
|Pearl||Less is more +, Timebox the unknown +, One goal at a time +, Guiding goal + and Just say no +|
|So||Less is more. TImebox the unknown. One guiding goal at a time. +|
|Wish||Focussing on what is really important makes everyone's job easier and gets stuff done quicker and better. +|