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I like it when people do more over what they say. They don’t wait for “IT” to happen, them make “IT” happen. They don’t announce what they are doing, they roll up their sleeves, get in there and do it. They don’t call a meeting to vote on what needs to happen, they do what needs to happen and have a meeting to discuss the outcomes what they learned when they did it. Doers take…

When a light goes down at an intersection, one of two things will occur. Either the system’s back-up response will kick in that everyone knows and understands or a new response will take shape. In the case of a light going down the back-up response here is everyone waiting their turn, while they wait for the next person to go (on their right). The process isn’t perfect, traffic is slowed down, but it goes, it…

There is a great app I use to find pictures of work I want to build or draw. I follow tons of people and admire their work. The problem, however, is that I can barely find them once I have followed them and trying to find their updates is the actual work in trying to find a needle in a haystack multiplied by the needle being at the bottom of the ocean. I have found…

I sometimes need to remind business users, product managers and analysts of this. Within the parameters of what you want, gives us the cadillac of your dreams, and we’ll figure out a way to get there. But if you give us the tractor, sure we can do it, but chances are it’s going to look like a tractor and not the cadillac you were hoping for and thought we’d be able to infer from your…

The question is whether they want to. Whether you want to learn something is completely up to you and is the difference between someone else learning something new and you. People respect that you want to learn something new, that you are trying something new, that you are putting yourself out there to figure something out. Whether you get there is immaterial, it’s that you want to learn and that you are trying. Want more?…