Things to remember about proximities – Part 1

Perhaps we should start a list of things to remember about proximities. Here are a few to start with:

• Your proximity isn’t the only one that matters.

• Proximities overlap.

• Proximities are as important as elements, relationships and situations. Since each is related to the others, and defined in relationship to the others, none is more important than the others.

• Networks allow us to relate more directly to proximities than in the past.

NOTE: For definitions of terms like proximity, element, relationship and situation, see the Basics section of the ProxThink website.

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