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Growth

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Pick a day, any day. Move forward from it. Now when you cycle back to that day (or moment or month or whatever) identify how much you have grown, what you have accomplished, and where you are. Now you have measured your mark (by whatever metrics make sense). Now rinse, repeat and move forward.

A process is meant for a group of people to start doing something a particular way. When a group of people follows the same thing, the group becomes more efficient. Process gets a bad rap because the image of a hammer is immediately crystalized in our minds. If everyone logs bugs in a different way that becomes hard to track, eventually the way that works for the team becomes the template, and the steps become…

If you’re starting a new role and unsure of it, the best thing to do is ask what you should be doing. If you’re given a list of 15 things you should be doing now, this instance, this moment realizes that can’t happen – so rank them and pick the top 5. Of those Top 5 identify what you need to do be good at them, how much do you need to put into them,…

Networks connect. They ensure what’s needed gets from Point A to Point B. It might not come through in one large packet, because that is not always feasible, instead, it could be a grouping of multiple packets where Point B then has the harder job of reassembling everything broken out by Point A to make sure it could all gets there, all be delivered, but would require some extra work to put it all back…

It’s quite possible you are. You see a job title that entices you, a description that makes you go – “I could do that” – and you apply to it. Then you sit down in the interview, realize it’s not what you want, and wonder why you are wasting your time. Or you go through the interview, ignore the red flags, take the job and wonder why you are wasting your time. So how did…