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  • Writer's pictureJack Mullaney

Nuance

There's a counterargument to everything I've written. And in a particular context, that perspective could be the better angle.

There are far fewer absolutes in this world than we oftentimes believe there are.

This is true in training, coaching, and performance.

This year, in particular, has felt like a diversion to the extremes on a number of topics. Perhaps it's because the extreme voices tend to be the loudest. Perhaps it's because they grab our attention. But the apparent populating of the poles has eroded the middle ground.

This post is an ode to the shades of gray in a world that wants you to believe it's black and white. It's an appreciation for the complexity of ideas, and the many lenses from which they are viewed. It's for those who live by the saying, "seek first to understand, then to be understood."

Simple and certain can paint an appealing illusion.

Nuance considers reality.

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