Pivot is widely acknowledged as one of the most over-used and cringe-worthy words of the last 20 months.
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I am proud that today marks After It Rains’ 50th blog episode. I am committed to assisting you further with your business development ventures and daily deliverables.
Pivot has become the word du jour these last months. Admittedly, I have used it often to help clients view their situations through new or different lenses. Now it is my turn to pivot.
Like the door frame your parents used to keep track of your childhood growth and development, you want a trustworthy lens through which you regularly assess your professional and personal effectiveness.