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  • Another great example of cluelessness. Google has a right to exercise inordinate power over its own products. Just… ,
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Week 43 | Reads & Feeds

  1. The Power of Small Steps from my mate Dandapani (you should do his course – The Power of Focus)
  2. If you want to know how Amazon works – this guy is the expert.
  3. The rise of the corporate private investigator
  4. The Science of Wisdom (or, as Miles Kington’s dictum goes: ‘knowledge is knowing that a tomato is a fruit; wisdom is not putting it in a fruit salad’)
  5. A spooky poem ( though we are heading out of winter)
  6. The art of finishing things (loved My Octopus the Teacher)

Check-out:

  1. This latest course from the Do team. Looks pretty good. Think I am in. The principles of what we need to question and unlearn really resonated with me:
    • We think we have a sales problem, yet we have a culture problem.
    • For me, that is a metaphor for why we need to unlearn business as usual.
    • We look to the outside for answers when the answer is here on the inside.
    • We look to the competition and think they have the answer.
    • We spend a huge amount of time with people and yet do not know what is going on in their lives.
    • We hire amazing people and then tell them what they can’t do.
    • We fear failure, and yet out of it often come our best ideas.

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