I’m a firm believer in “Direction first, then velocity.” But you can’t turn a car if it’s not moving.
Narrow the focus. Get all the details right. The job of a leader is to help everyone know what details matter. Make every detail perfect and limit the number of details to perfect. — jack (@jack) December 22, 2010
It’s destructive. A distraction. It’s seductive. It must be. Why do we spend so much time with it? In life. In business. In relationships. Stay focused on the macro. We don’t see the macro each day. Because we don’t set our sights on the horizon. We must see the unseen. And live in it. But […]
It’s not pain of regret vs. pain of rejection or pain of failure. The other pain is just the discomfort of growth and learning. The discomfort of rejection could also be temporary. Trust yourself. As a data guy I think you should use what makes sense and what the data reveals. As an entrepreneur I also […]
It says a lot about you. Is your first instinct to blame a process? Or technology? Another person? Do you blame yourself and shrink? Do you admit that part/all of the blame is yours? And then provide a solution to prevent in the future? Take blame. Move forward. Forward-looking and solution finding. That’s who I want […]
Don’t settle until you find a project, job, hobby, or whatever that allows you to effortlessly get lost in the work. Effortless immersion isn’t the only criteria. To find real meaning and satisfaction the work has to improve you and the lives of others. When you’re there, you’ll know. It’ll be hard to sleep because […]