Posted by: chibotaichi | September 7, 2015

Noticing Things, Not Evaluating

Impartial Observation skills can be maddening to those around you when it’s your M.O. but I find a lot of opportunity for mental engagement where others miss out.

In staying at two different Resort/Casino destinations the past few days, I became fascinating with the outwardly-apparent ways these businesses invest their resources.

A nice flatscreen television with a generous programming lineup; a shower-head with multiple spray patterns; a world-class golf course…

or maybe cut a few corners on the golf course; install smaller televisions; but bring the cost of a stay down by half.

There is a lot of room for simply being interested in things when we are able to shed our tendencies toward evaluation and judgment!


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