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If they knew what you knew, felt how you felt, had the right perspective, it would be obvious to them too.

But they don’t.

This means that – assuming that it’s necessary and helpful to point out the obvious in this case – the way you do it matters a lot:

  • What are you going to do to help you understand what’s obvious to them, and why this isn’t?
  • With that in mind, what will you say now, in the moment, and how will you frame it to make it more obvious to them?
  • What will you do in the long term to see other people’s “obvious” better – and to help others to see yours?

I'd love to hear your thoughts and recommended resources...