Top Thoughts for June 15, 2023
IShared DEAS has the power to expand perspectives, change thinking, and move lives. Here are two ideas for the curious mind to engage:
Boyd Clark and Ron Crossland how leaders should fill in the blanks:
“When leaders speak the truth alone, the constituents fill in the emotional and symbolic blanks. The same is true for other channels. We often fill in the blanks. Remember that your brain is working on this method. When constituents fill in the blanks left by leaders, they create a different message than the leader sends. Leaders, believing they are communicating perfectly, do not fall into the deadly trap of assumptions. What results is one of four things: lack of understanding, lack of consent, lack of care, or lack of appropriate action.”
Scott Adams to know where to start:
“When you do something the wrong way, people who know how to do things the right way usually jump in to tell you what you’re doing wrong. Take advantage of all the free advice.
“If you don’t know how to do something the right way, and Googling doesn’t help, the only alternative to doing things the wrong way is to do nothing. That’s loserthink. Waiting until you know learning how to do something right is a bad strategy. You may wait forever. It’s better to get involved, make your mistakes, and see what kind of free help is available. attractive.”
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