Most of the time, when we look at an object or we look at any situation, we tend to look at it from a singular perspective, from our own view. But we were to force ourselves to consciously look at a single object or situation from varying, multiple perspectives, even if they’re ones we don’t want to look at, we see more of the object, we see more of the situation. And when we can see more of the situation, we are in a lot stronger of a position to judge the situation. Pointing this out is something I do to help my clients.
-D. Scott Bloom, CFP
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