My (Andrea's) son start Jr. High this year, so he had to learn a whole new building. Prior to the start of school, most of the kids visit the building and walk around, getting a feel for the place and learning where their classrooms are. We are no different.
I walked my son's entire schedule with him, from locker to room, back to locker to room, back to locker to another room, etc. It's a big school and there was a lot of walking involved. It really made me understand better what he has to go through each day to make it to his classes on time. We were hoofing it pretty quickly, and this was while the halls were without 1200+ other students roaming. It gave me a lot of perspective on just one of the many challenges he faces in his day.
So, my #tipoftheday is a tried and true one. Walk in someone else's shoes (I did - literally!) to gain their perspective. Whether it's your child, your spouse, your friend, your coworker, your client - even your enemy - take some time to see things they way they do. It'll change (for the better) the way you interact with them.
Frankie and Andrea take turns sharing stories. Just good talk over a cup of coffee.