Serranoham for weeks straight or not, I'm always enjoying lunchtime in which we casually pick each other's food and projects apart.
"What didn't go as planned?" "What could we do better next time?"
"Why don't you put a tomatje en e komkommer on your stutje?"
"What did go as planned?'
To some people, the 'direct nature' of these conversations may sound frightening. In my humble opinion, it's what keeps us growing.
Sure, we can support each other, applaud each other and always be saying 'good work' all the time. And we do.
Nevertheless, being able to give and take constructive criticism is what keeps us young. Keeps us sharp between the ears.
We all have blind spots. We all have but one brain.
Why let our ego get us in the way of using two brains at once instead?
That's all for today folks. See you next Saturday on the 'friends & family' test run of summerbar Fistong.
I hereby declare it "Friends, family and kaffie newsletter subscribers test run.
If you haven't been invited yet and feel like coming, drop me a mail back to let us know.
First drink on me. Serrano for diner.