We all have blind spots. You know, stuff everyone else can easily see about us that we are clueless to.
As a professional speaker, the classic example is the keynote speaker who says, “Um” so many times in their speech that you start counting, just to see what a ridiculously high number it will be.
Last night, a consultant I’ve been traveling with said, “You know what I’ve noticed about you? You’ll talk to anyone.”
Blind spots are almost always stereotyped as negative. Guess that’s a big blind spot for all of us.