Curated Insights | Helping You, Your Team And Organisation Improve
Updated: 7 days ago
Everyone has an opinion about how you, your team and organisation can improve.
At times it's hard to know who to believe.
People want someone to believe in. To learn from a practitioner who has experienced the hard lessons not just in theory but in practice.
Ray Dalio, billionaire hedge fund manager, defines believable people as:
"...people who have repeatedly and successfully accomplished the thing in question – who have a strong track record with at least three successes – and have great explanations of their approach when probed."
So can you believe in me?
I've spent the last decade learning how to get 1% better every day and helping the worlds biggest organisations do the same.
This is a collection of the insights from the journey, curated especially for you.
It is my hope that these bite-sized insights will help accelerate and deepen your learning too.
I believe in the discipline of mastering the best of what other people have figured out.
Insights are defined as an accurate and deep understanding of someone or something. In this context, these are insights about you, your team and your organisation.
Just as I hope to inspire you, many of these insights have been inspired by others. Each insight is referenced to a great thinker who inspired my thinking. This includes James Clear, Tim Ferris, Dave Snowden, Amy Edmonson, Ellen Gottesdiener, Edgar Schein + many more.
Insights do not come from an epiphany. They emerge from consistent actions over time. (See '3 Ways' Insight')
"Habits are the small decisions you make and actions you perform every day. What you repeatedly do ultimately form the person you are, the things you believe, and the personality that you portray."
These insights are the compound effect of behaviour over time.
The opportunity for you. Read these insights and discover the small habits to enable your own insights to emerge.
Every Friday I share three insights curated to help you, your team and organisation improve.
Insights are grouped into collections as follows:
Product Management (Coming Soon)
Diversity, Inclusion and Belonging (Coming Soon)
Health and Wellbeing (Coming Soon)
Productivity (Coming Soon)
Purpose and Meaning (Coming Soon)