Don’t Close Doors

Working behind close doors means that we have something to hide, people don’t know who are we meeting with, how long, or if we are even in the office. Closed doors reflect the exact opposite of visibility, confidence and purity. It also means, that we are reducing our availability for the team. We are getting disconnected from the team vibes every time we close a door. it’s amazing how a simple clear glass door can make a huge difference. It’s more amazing how reducing meetings can keep the door open.

“Closing doors” is also about blocking opportunities, projects, ideas or people to come into our mindset. It’s sounds trivial, but sometimes we are so confident in our fundamental assumptions, that anything else is not an option. The first thing to avoid closing doors, is to be more aware that they exists. Please don’t close doors - implicitly and explicitly.

 
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