In his book “Thinking, Fast and Slow”, Nobel Prize winner Daniel Kahneman speaks about how difficult it is to take the outside view. We get ingrained with our ways of thinking and have a very tough time regarding any other point of view. While gathering up an arm load of wood the other night, I thought the shop space looked different and interesting from outside. I’ll try to look at more things from an outsider’s point of view in the new year. Perhaps I’ll discover something that has been hiding in plain view.