Critical Doer

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Month: January 2016

Fit To Decide

A Critical Doer attacks problems and creates opportunities from the inside out   Last year I wrote a post called “Fit to Do” where we discussed how fit bodies and fit organizations have a greater capacity for achievement.  As I finished a good workout yesterday morning, I realized there was another huge benefit of physical […]

Change The Game

A Critical Doer attacks problems and creates opportunities from the inside out   The Impressionists changed the world of art, and the artists that started the movement indelibly etched their names on the pages of history.  Anyone who is a fan of art or at least stayed awake during the art category during a game […]

Preventing Micromanagement

A Critical Doer understands following  Micromanagement…doesn’t that word give you the same sensation as hearing fingernails dragging down a chalkboard?  It should, because micromanagement significantly limits both organizational and individual capacity for action.  I’ve been micromanaged twice in my professional life and each time I’ve written it off as a character flaw on the part […]

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