I love my job, and one of the things I get to do each day is make decisions. Decisions like:
- What new projects will my team take on?
- What will be priority?
- Where will we focus our time and money?
- Should we do option A, B, or C?
I hope that I make good decisions most of the time, but even when I don’t, I often get the opportunity to revisit those decisions again. The Deaf interpretation on the Internet Campus is a good example of this very thing.
You see, when we first launched the Internet Campus, I got a kind email that I quickly dismissed as outside our scope for the Internet Campus. That was three months ago.
Fortunately, our Graphic Artist Heather Burson, mentioned the idea to me a few weeks later and cast a vision for the impact the iCampus could have in the Deaf community. This second time, I listened.
Has that every happened to you? Have you ever dismissed an idea but later come back with a new perspective?