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Keep your fingers on the pulse

As a manager, leader, you need to have your hand on the pulse at all times, meaning, you should know what is going on. If you are not dangerous enough, take the time to learn so you can manage appropriately.

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Paying your dues

We all look for the trick, the shortcut, the leverage, the secret. But most of the time, its none of those, its plain old paying your dues

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Seeing the good in all bads.

Most incidents are not bad, they are training grounds, feedback mechanisms and just bootcamps for us to learn. Since life does not come with a users manual, so called “bad incidents” are just ways we master life. Just look for the lesson in all incidents and the journey will be far more meaningful.

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Unacceptable norms

If something is happening for a long enough time, we think its normal, we may not like it but it is considered NORMAL in our lives. Let me give you a few examples. Having poor economy is a norm Being in debt is a norm Loosing a job is a norm Loosing money on Wall […]

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Reality of Estimates

No matter how confident and experienced your contractor/provider is. If they say its going to take X number of hours, multiply that by 3 If they say its going to take $X, multiply that by 2 Its a good rule of thumb, and these reality is not just for your contractors, its for you as […]

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Constant Experimentation

Even when they get to the top of their league, they constantly experiment and improve. They don’t need to experiment, they have already proven what works for them but they still evolve. Why? Because that attitude is what got them there and that what they do, constantly experiment and improve.

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