Everyone’s handing out advice like it’s some brochure they depend on advertising. Everyone’s sharing their experiences. You and I do that too.
We want to talk. Sometimes genuinely, and sometimes not-so.
We state the obvious so very often. That does look like a bore. But the results? We don’t know. How are we going to measure that?
Maybe we talk because it is a form of thinking which involves more than one person. In that case the obvious may not be so obvious. In fact, it may lead us to make wrong assumptions, which means we won’t move in the right direction. So, talking is necessary because we need to get the fundamentals right so that we’re on the firm ground.