Wednesday, February 15, 2012

Towers are good.

Towers throughout history has provided its users with an advantage in
surveying defensive positions and obtaining a better view of the
surrounding areas.

We need similar towers to improve our skills and knowledge.

When we are too close a problem and get more familiar with a problem
or task, we fall into a lazy trap. We slack.

This is when we need a tower. A mental tower to climb up and detach us
from our immediate worries and tasks at hand and remind us of the big

Fallen into a rut is a common expression and if you don't have this
periodic tower retreats, you are heading towards that rut.

Be it a aesi student, or a trainee or someone in the corporate world,
schedule this tower like retreats.

They help.

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