We all make assumptions – mental short cuts based on our experience that help us navigate the world more easily.
Egbe (Bebe) Adeoye in conversation with Paolo Giuricich
Reading literature enables us to see the world through the eyes of others. It trains the mind to be flexible, to comprehend other points of view—to set aside one’s personal perspectives to see life through the eyes of someone who is of another age, class, or race. Reading literature nurtures and develops the power of sympathetic insight.
Purpose is valuable in organisations as it make employees feel that their work is worthwhile