So good Liz. Sounds like a great book. Questioning is definitely a standout element for me… one of my favourite books—A More Beautiful Question, by Warren Berger is along the same lines— how breakthrough ideas can come through asking basic questions about things we normally take for granted. Great post, next you can probably share how you get through 50 books in a year! Cheers, Paul.
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Thanks Paul! Awesome insights! There are more than one thing that resonates with me from no. One advice is counter-intuitive to me however: to assume that you are going to fail at your 9 first attempts.
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I use this technique I was younger. Thanks Anh. I can see your point about the making mistakes, I personally take it as a bit less literal and combine what you said as well. That is a great exercise, Anthony. Thanks for that!
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Thanks for your motivational words and I request you to make more stuff like this. Great Advice! I absolutely content to your ideas. Especially the element 2 and 5, which are make mistakes and change. Try to be a effective thinker is one of the most important steps for doing business well. I got copious thoughts from your blog, and really look forward to your later articles!
Your email address will not be published. I consume a lot of content. A lot. Effective Thinking Element 1: Understand Deeply This is the advice you always get in school but love to ignore. Element 2: Make Mistakes Raise your hand if you have a fear of failure [slowly raises hand while looking around nervously].
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Break free of the fear of failure. Element 3: Raise Questions One thing you should never ever be afraid to do is ask questions. See the difference? Element 4: Follow the Flow of Ideas This element is the one that I really found the most thought provoking in the entire book. Kinda crazy when you sit down and think about it, right? Element 5: Change The change element is really a wrap up of everything that comes before it in the book. Share this: Facebook Twitter Pinterest Pocket. Keep Reading. Great post, thanks Liz! Hope that helps!
Excellent, thanks for the very helpful reply, Liz! I like your example and I look forward to investigating the books…. Liz, Awesome insights! Does assuming you are going to fail 9 times help you? Thanks for sharing!
Cheers, Anh. Love this. Who else? What else? When else? Why else? Where else?
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This leads to short-term focus, feeling out of control, and shallow or broken relationships. If we focus on Quadrant IV, we are basically leading an irresponsible life. This often leads to getting fired from jobs and being highly dependent on others. Quadrant II is at the heart of effective personal management. It deals with things like building relationships, long-term planning, exercising, preparation -- all things we know we need to do but somehow seldom get around to actually doing because they don't feel urgent. In order to focus our time in Quadrant II, we have to learn how to say "no" to other activities, sometimes ones that seem urgent.
We also need to be able to delegate effectively. Plus, when we focus on Quadrant II, it means we're thinking ahead, working on the roots, and preventing crises from happening in the first place! We should always maintain a primary focus on relationships and results, and a secondary focus on time. Identify a Quadrant II activity you've been neglecting. Write it down and commit to implementing it. Create your own time management matrix to start prioritizing. Estimate how much time you spend in each quadrant. Then log your time over 3 days.
How accurate was your estimate? How much time did you spend in Quadrant II the most important quadrant? In order to establish effective interdependent relationships , we must commit to creating Win-Win situations that are mutually beneficial and satisfying to each party. Win-Win: Both people win. Agreements or solutions are mutually beneficial and satisfying to both parties.
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