In an effort to help me keep up with everything I post each week, here is my latest “Sunday Summary” of my posts from the week.
Mon, July 17: Multitasking makes learning difficult
Even thought I know that true multitasking is a myth, I still fool myself with it sometimes. At times, it might even be worth a bit of effort that area. Generally though, the more I can focus on specific task at a time, the better.
Tue, July 18: Thought leaders are everywhere
I reference many famous thought leaders on this blog, but in truth there are thought leaders all around us.
Wed, July 19: Curiosity is empathy
If exercised correctly, curiosity can be a wonderful way to express empathy.
Thu, July 20: The maddening ambiguity of upstream efforts
It’s often easier to fix things that are broken, because those efforts can be precisely measured, but preventative efforts are usually far less expensive and more effective.
Fri, July 21: Confident answers can be problematic
Having confidence is a great thing, but knowing when you lack the answer (and being willing to admit it), is better for everyone in the long run.
Sat, July 22: Respect includes clear criticism
If you truly respect someone, you won’t shy from giving criticism when it’s needed. There is no need to be rude with your criticism (kind candor is a good thing), but pretending that everything is great when it’s not will lead to bigger problems down the road.
I hope you found some value in this. If you ever have questions, ideas, or disagreements regarding anything I write, please don’t hesitate to reach out.