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We’re calling all Conscious Acts of Consideration! We want to hear from you – your encounters and experiences when you’ve actually interrupted your routine to consciously consider someone or something in a way that benefitted that person or project. Not just a “random act of kindness”, but mindfully analyzing – however quickly or thoroughly – ┬áif there was a way to improve someone’s life or improve upon a system.

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We also want to hear about when others have consciously considered you and your needs in the moment or long-range.

Tell how long, approximately, it took to conceive or come up with a plan of action and how long it took to complete. What were the benefits to the considerer and to the consideree? (Yeah, spellcheck didn’t like my new words!)

We’ll then share them with the world (only with your permission, of course) so that others can begin flexing their own Consideration Muscles along with a guide on the Mechanics of Consideration.

This is going to be fun and way informative. I’ll be along for the ride as much as anyone else.

Stay tuned and thanks for reading!

~ ts2c

Daniel J Klein has a passion for consideration, whether it’s to directly benefit someone or something, or to improve himself. According to NPS customer satisfaction surveys (Net Promoter Surveys) and management reviews, his almost ten years as one of Apple’s top trainers testifies to his level of commitment to helping others in the way *they* need helping.

From some recent recommendations:

“His integrity is something that can only be matched by the outstanding outcome of your next project.”

“He is always more than happy to go beyond his job description, never failing to give 110%”

“A class guy with a heart of gold, a rare talent to be sure…”

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