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Gaining Clarity And Perspective

Stepping back is a practice we can take for granted.

Observing thoughts, memories, emotions, or situations — whether retrospectively or in the moment — gives you, as a PM the ability to understand and empathize with your customers more deeply and to be kinder to yourself.


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