First of all, let’s establish the difference – perception is your understanding and/or interpretation of people, situations and the world around you – it’s your mental impression. Perspective, on the other hand, is the angle you are looking from – it’s your point of view.
Understanding this and how it affects the way we interact with each other is very important as it helps develops self-awareness and tolerance while facilitating compromise. This is never more important than when you live and work with others in a highly pressurised and physically challenging environment – a key example being yachting.
Let’s explore the subject and how we can apply this knowledge on a practical level:
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