Do you think of yourself as someone who can solve problems and overcome obstacles? If you do, it can lead you astray. [1 min read]
What happens when you hear a new idea? You immediately form an opinion on whether it is a good idea.
How does this happen? [1-2 min read]
So, errors have a negative impact, and insights have a positive impact.
However, there is another dimension that is missing in the equation above. [1 min read]
I am sure you are familiar with the following types of thinking.
You think about:
What to do
How to do it
However, there is a third type… [1 min read]
Do you want (or need) some help? Are you looking for an expert to help you?
How do you decide who’s right for you? [3 min read]
You often hear about “The Idea” and “The Execution,” as if they were two different things.
However, executing your idea is, in itself, a progression of ideas. [1 min read]
You have an idea and you feel it’s a great idea. You feel happy, elated, and you have an urge to immediately do something about it.
Is there a connection between your emotions about your idea, and its potential for success? [1 min read]
“If you can fix a problem with money, it’s not really a problem.” ― Kim Kardashian
This is true, up to a point. The difficulty is… defining the problem. [1 min read]
You have an idea you think, rather you know, is good, but others just don’t get it. What’s going on? More importantly, what should you do? Should you listen to them or follow your own conviction?
First, let’s tackle some reasons why others “just don’t get it.” [2 min read]
…Now, you are in the middle of it all, and not everything is as expected; something feels wrong. You are busy, things happen and there are results, but they are not what you wished for, or even realistically expected. [3 min read]
…This is what you should be doing whenever you delegate a task, whenever you outsource. You know what you want and can predict different paths others might take.
You need deep knowledge to be able to do that. This knowledge comes from two sources… [1 min read]
“Ideas are easy. Execution is everything.” — John Doerr
Nowadays, this quote seems to represent the Zeitgeist. It pits the idea against the execution. This creates (at least mentally, if not technically) a dichotomy between the idea and execution. [1 min read]