Enjoyed this post from Seth Godin's blog today. Know you will too, Be Brave.
Explosive action. Training by jumping from a standing start. Not worrying about getting up to speed, but going from standing still to flight.
Not everyone needs to be good at this, but you can bet that most organizations need people who are.
Not, "I'll think about it," or, "I'll ask Susan what her take is," or, "Let's reconvene tomorrow..." but, instead, words like, "go," and "now."
Plyometrics is an attitude, the willingness (the bravery) to try things on small groups, in controlled situations, to say, "here, I made this."
It's not a slipshod way of doing business for your core customers (that's another form of hiding). No, it's the posture of urgency.
Will you leap?
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