" Reality is ambiguous. " Embracing uncertainties... - Deepstash
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"Reality is ambiguous."

Embracing uncertainties can lead to unexpected solutions.

Companies that are comfortable with ambiguity are more resilient and innovative.


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With 25 years in marketing, brand strategy, and mental fitness coaching, I focus on societal change, self-mastery, and fostering community to build a regenerative Africa. "The world is changed by your example, not by your opinion." - Paulo Coelho

Liminal thinking is important because it enhances problem-solving, communication, personal growth, adaptability, and innovation by challenging existing beliefs and fostering empathy and open-mindedness.

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