Published on December 11th, 2017 by Alan L. Sklover
“The art of reading between the lines is a lifelong quest of the wise.”
– Shannon L. Adler
What is said is important; what is not said may be more important. What is written is important; who does not get in the email may be more important. Surely, what is done is important, but what is not done may be even more important. At work, you should surely pay attention to what is said, written and done, but keep one eye, one ear, and half your brain keenly attentive to what is not, and you will learn – and understand – oh-so-much.
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