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Team chemistry

I was reminded this week of the importance of team chemistry. Even though I can document and decompose the functions that any team must perform and explicitly model the roles played by each member and the interactions among them (think … Continue reading

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Decisions = learning that lasts

This week I was reminded of the importance of lifelong learning and further convinced that a well-framed decision is one of the best ways to pass on skills to others.  I found myself on this train of thought after reading … Continue reading

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Mastering decision management skills

Learning is a lifelong process.  Sometimes what we think we know is the enemy of learning.  Learning starts with the admission (to ourselves) that we have a knowledge/skill gap to fill.  That takes humility or an imminent need to stand up and … Continue reading

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Decision framework for accelerated learning

Anyone can become wise if they take advantage of cycles of learning.  There is a compound interest effect that occurs if you harvest lessons learned from each situation you face, use these lessons to add to your personal tool kit … Continue reading

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Separate your to-do and to-learn lists

Lots of people maintain daily, weekly or monthly to-do lists.  These lists typically jumble together 3 types of tasks: Maintain my life: Day-to-day operational stuff to keep life going.  These tasks are the consequences that flow from the sum of … Continue reading

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Do it yourself or get some help?

One of the reasons that a Decision Driven® life appeals to me is my genetic wiring as a do-it-yourselfer.  My father was the ultimate example of self-taught master of many things and someone who was willing to learn something and take a … Continue reading

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