Blind Spots

Even the best cars have them, and sports cars are even worse about them – blind spots. I guess you could say, the higher the performance, the greater the blind spots.

The key to driving with blind spots is knowing what they are and where they are. Then you figure ways to work around.

The dictionary says a blind spot (I prefer the compound – blindspot, but the dictionary goes with blind spot…hmm) is: an area where a person’s view is obstructed.

As a school leader,

  • What are your blind spots?
  • How do you work around them?
  • How do you stay self-aware of them?

It’s okay to have them, just know them.

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