Think Better Summary Day 3: Knowing What Success Looks Like


That’s right, April 14 is National Be Nice To a Lawyer Day. I’m protesting. Or perhaps I’ll just watch the best of Liar Liar instead. It’s also a great day to start asking the right questions. Why? Because asking the right questions is SO critical to your success in business. Today’s episode explores why this is the case.

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  • Eric Marshall
    I think R(restrictions) and V(values) often get overlooked in the initial planning/brainstorming. Thinking about what the known restrictions are and deciding to steer clear at the beginning can be vital. And, even though we usually always know what our underlying values are, it's sometimes overlooked as to how they apply to specific projects and ideas.
  • I agree - coming back to the restrictions and values each and every day is critical to actually putting them into action.
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