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“You are probably wondering why I gathered you?”
So my boss said every Monday at a very ordinary meeting. “What stupidity,” I thought distantly, “we know that now you will get to the bottom of everyone in the room.” How I hate you, that guy on the left and the client for whom you have to make excuses. ”
In the evening, I scold myself for these thoughts. The leader should not say so if he wants to become … Stop. And who should I become in this company? There is no higher position, it is impossible to jump to another profession: I have too much specific knowledge that is not suitable to become a director of a company. And in general, at least someone outside the “native” organization. Continue reading
Few people want to work hard for a mercenary all their lives. And this is a completely adequate desire, because the body is aging every year, and employers are squeezing the result out of us at any cost. But we are already old and tired, we want to relax and enjoy life. What to do? I brought you the good news.
Not everything is so bad if you know how to act. But first you need to understand three simple thoughts:
Sooner or later, we will all die. (Are you not going to live forever? Come on, it’s boring.)
What matters is not money, but skills (earning, saving, investing). Continue reading
What do marketers, product designers, business owners, and editors have in common? They all work with problems and test hypotheses to resolve them. However, there are times when professionals concentrate so deeply on problems that they stop thinking about opportunities.
Marginality is falling, readers are massively unsubscribing from the newsletter, no one knows about the new features of the application – such situations can really be confusing. And then the Flip-to-Action method comes into play.
The method was created by Danish product designer Jesper Henriksen. Initially, it was intended for the development of the Customer Journey Map, but it turned out to be workable in other situations. The scheme is based on reframing a problem, generating an idea, and creating a solution sketch.
Of course, there are times when ideas are generated in a continuous stream without special methods or outside help. But what to do when this does not happen? Howl at the moon? Not worth it. Better try Flip-to-Action! Continue reading