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Thinking in prose: a case for a memo driven meeting

Starting a meeting with a memo is an effective way to align participants and optimize for desired outputs. Companies are full of inventive, original thinkers. Every time people come together there is a unique opportunity to unlock new thinking. The best discussions are built on the foundation of context. This unlocks participants to think critically … Continue reading Thinking in prose: a case for a memo driven meeting

Visualization: a powerful tool, learned the hard way

During my second year of university football I tore my ACL. It was a painful setback, physically; what I didn’t realize was the hardest part of the rehab was going to be mental. My body responded but I still had a fear of simple things like running and jumping. The mental block left me paralyzed as … Continue reading Visualization: a powerful tool, learned the hard way