Why you should steal moments with your smartest friends

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My smartest friend is a former colleague, creative genius, and all around guru.  I steal moments with her as often as possible.  In between updates on our personal lives, we delve into business ideas, marketing opportunities, the latest trend, and anything else that may stir a creative thought.  I bounce ideas off her, get informal feedback on a proposal, and simply participate in an exchange of thoughts I don’t have without a weekly team meeting.  The ever-important conference table conversation is relocated to the coffee shop, lunch table, dressing room, wherever.  Stealing moments with your smartest friend (or friends) keeps creative conversations and ideas flowing.

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Photo Credits: Unsplash/Shamim Nakhai

Last updated on 8th March 2016


About Lillian

I am a proud student of the human experience which provides me with the perfect excuse for being a bibliophile (read: book hoarder) and the unofficial patron of Nairobi Inama bookshops. But in my past life, I was a recorder player. You can also find me on Medium (@lillianyamongo) where I discuss sustainable finance.
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