Any time you're learning a new skill, it can be tempting to dive in head first and consume ALL the information.
Often this leads to analysis paralysis. With people skills, it's important to be able to take action slightly before you're 100% ready.
Lately, I’ve been thinking about the concept of taking action without overthinking. (Something I struggled with for years)
- How do you get just ENOUGH information to act without hoarding information and overthinking?
- How can you quickly act on the information you consume?
- How does Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos view the push/pull of information vs. action?
- And more...
Show Notes & Links
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- Jeff Bezos' views on information vs. action.
- James Clear: Motion vs. Action.
- From the Art Of Manliness: The Tao of Boyd: How to Master the OODA Loop.
- Just in time vs. Just in case information.
- The Strategic Yes: How to expand your social options by saying yes.
- If/When/Then: How to build the habit of taking action.
Question for you...
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