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First Steps

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First steps make second steps possible. Start walking, then you can run. Code before you compile. Learn before you teach. Read someone’s work before you ask questions. Work on your problem before seeing other’s help. Say thank you before your welcome. Try before you give up. The first step is always needed before you get to the second, it’s the hardest to take, it’s the...

Heads Down Meeting

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If you are in a meeting and haven’t taken your eyes off your phone or laptop – you probably didn’t need to be there. It’s a simple barometer check to see if you are providing value or losing time to finish wh Share this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Click to share on...

If you Don’t want to Hear No

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Then don’t ask for feedback. Ask for validation instead, because the answer will always yes (or begrudgingly be yes when you emphasize that you are looking for validation). But if you can handle hearing No, your path to growth will be all the better because of it. Share this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens...

The Cycle of Change

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We can iterate, nimble, agile, push, ship daily and continuously improve as much as we want, but if the team isn’t catching up you’re doing more harm than good. This doesn’t mean you give up, this means you find the breaking points, you find what is holding people back and you zone in on them. Doing the basic math, if they are stuck on Step 1, then you know they are going to be...

Always To Win

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Always Lead to Win Always Play to Win. Always Code to Win. Always Bake to Win. Always Ship to Win. Always Wake up to Win. Always Debate to Win. Always Knit to Win. Always Create to Win. Always Check-In to Win. Always Compile to Win. If your whole purpose is to win, in everything you do, how will you focus on growth? What does you being first to complete your code, leaving the team behind do for...

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