100 rolls divided by 12 months is 8.3 per month. 2 rolls per week.
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Can you measure and plan for failure? If you know that failure is enviable then why don’t you create metrics or decision points before failure occurs so… Read more “Metrics For Failure”
How To Really Navigate Ambiguity
The real question that plagues organization is when to change or quite something that is not working. Being transparent rather than covert with those decisions is what inspires confidence in leadership and helps everyone learn and navigate through ambiguity.
Women Divine By Design
Eve’s decision was not for herself, it was for mankind, a bold step forward to embrace change and an exercise of tremendous faith.
Learning Always Starts With The Why
Learning should always start with the “why” and effective innovation occurs as organizations and individuals work within the constructs of a learning frame.
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At Learning Frames we are researching a new system that will enhance your ability to learn. Would you please take this poll? Thanks, please share this… Read more “Why is learning so hard?”
4 Steps To Develop Brutally Intellectually Honest Learning About Your New Product
The most important kind of learning is viewing the artificial startup world through the lens of brutally honest learning.
How To ACE A New Job: Effective Onboarding In 5 Steps
The best approach to a new job is to embrace the unknown and ride the waves of ambiguity as you learn. Your focus from day one to day ninety is to learn, keep learning, and then learn more.
Why Leaders Lack Horse Sense
We no longer need to shout to lead, but rather whisper, and gently aid in helping those around us choose to follow.
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.com Cowboy is Sitcom Blog fused with entertainment, authentic self-help and solid business practices acted out by fictional characters driving the plot as they confront real and relevant problems.