I could say: 68% of the conversations we have are mostly meaningless, chatting about the weather and what we had for breakfast. Another 27% percent of conversations are mildly interesting or important, covering things like family, work, and vacation. And then there’s the 5% of conversations that actually have an impact on everyone involved — the ones that push us to grow.
Or, I could paint a picture to tell the same story:
Same story, told two ways. Some stories are better told visually.
Hat tip to Grant Spanier, Vince Koci, and Jessica Hagy for the inspiration.
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