Logic

When I think about what I do that provides the most added value in all the work I do, it is to provide logic to a framework that has theretofore been dominated by emotion and fuzzy thinking. This is not to say that emotion does not have an important place in decision-making or that all thinking should be clear. Indeed: fuzzy thinking, fueled by emotion is the route individuals take to figure out what feels right to them. But logic is the key to checking on whether that fuzzy thinking  fueled by emotion will actually produce a solution that can provide what the individuals involved want and whether it is a workable and concrete solution to a problem. When people are caught up in emotion and fuzzy thinking it helps tremendously to have an outsider keep tabs on the logic piece so that the parties themselves can be free to feel and think creatively. It is the teamwork that works.

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