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Completely Different?

Project wind sprints

The extra inch (bottom left) traces back to 2011 when i began operationalizing the gift Kendal didn’t know he unwrapped.

Project wind sprints – a vision for how leaders (myself included) generally have contrasting (and reversed) priorities and outcomes during a project lifecycle.

We don’t sprint at the end, we sprint at the beginning. This is the best vision.

We don’t make compromises simply because bad planning means we’re running out of time. Also a great vision.

We eagerly highlight the challenges ahead, but spend no time casting blame after something fails. Perfect vision.

You cool with that?

You get that in real life we procrastinate the start, panic near the end, and scramble frantically to meet our deadline, right?

Be the change. Lead the great vision. Buck the herd mentality.

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Final 120 Days

Go the extra inch TEDx Talk title brainstorm

Before submitting my TEDx Talk proposal, the Talk title had to be chosen.

Going The Extra Mile Is A Flawed Concept, And What to Do Instead

Son, remember, Disney creativity and innovation has four blueprints:

  • Generate Ideas
  • Select Ideas
  • Implement Ideas
  • The Leader’s Role

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Fanatical

Going the extra mile is a flawed proposition

Lake McDonald
Extra-inch pin at Glacier National Park’s Lake McDonald. Sprauge fire smoke in the background.

 

Going the extra mile is a flawed proposition.

Sure, it’s an audacious statement.

Which is perfect, by the way.

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Fanatical

It’s very motivating to take short cuts when no one will ever know

Disneyland's Coke Corner famous red and white light bulb
What if millions saw your stuff but never noticed – would you fuss over it still?

 

Why worry about how organized our stuff is if we have relatively few visitors who will ever know?

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