Continuous improvement and ongoing professional education are crucial for staying competitive and thriving in a down economy.
We should be doing all we can to do stuff, not read and study stuff.
We should be doing stuff. Stuff that our gut tells us is right. Stuff that our gut tells us needs to be started yesterday.
We can read articles and attend seminars, but at some point, in my humble opinion, we need to start doing something, something more.
At the end of this post, you’ll have a link to a recent Fast Company article about finding creative, untraditional ways to solve unsolvable problems challenges.
It’s four pages long. I “got it” after the first page, but read the second page as well, out of guilt – for fear of looking obnoxious or boastful. Whatever, right?
Listen, I’m so annoyed and fired up, that I need to end this post now. After some cool down time, will try again tomorrow to finish this. Well, maybe. Maybe my point has already been made.
Click here if you want to read the Fast Company thing.
PS. Just for the record, I read a ton, in between doing stuff and getting uncommon results.