Aspire to the Stamp
I have a stamp. I use it for unexpected fun and nonsense.
Its use underlines the most serious of issues: we are communicators at essence.
We seek to explain choices and consequences to clients. We seek to advocate for our clients in correspondence and submissions.
We try to recognise our own vulnerability to different arguments and discipline ourselves to a best self-standard of communication. No wonder the stamp is sought but not easily provided.