Aha of today

Aha of today

Aha of today: assume and infer (work alone) less. Ask, double check (collaborate with others) more #AgileConversations

Aha of today

Aha of today: when receiving feedback, dig deeper and look for the facts, intention and goals that the person giving feedback has. Don’t get stuck on the solutions that they are proposing (which might really not work for my particular situation).

Aha of today

Aha of today: there are many useful things that I could do on my work commute: reading, listening to podcasts or audiobooks, etc. But A commute is still a commute. #remote

Aha of today

Aha of today: when I receive feedback, I’m most probably receiving feedback on the “implementation”, not on the intention behind the “implementation”. #feedback

Today’s aha

Today’s aha will most probably come during the London Organizational Learning Meetup meetup. Join us: https://www.meetup.com/London-Action-Science-Meetup/events/qcpxfsycchbrb/ #AgileConversations

Today’s aha

Today’s aha: take meeting notes for meetings that have more than one topic on the agenda. #bettermeetings

Today’s aha

Today’s aha: behave as it’s your last day in the job/company (drop from that meeting, challenge that view, ignore that quarrel over tabs vs spaces) #nofear

Aha of today

Aha of today: During a Feldenkrais session today I experienced the benefit of “bias for action”. I was skeptical of the technique. I was amazed when a “simple” massage of my lower back made me sweat intensely. Now I know I want to learn more.

Aha of today

Aha of today: briefing (stating objective, freedoms, and constraints) and back briefing (executing party confirms objective, freedoms, and constraints) are a great way to align and get mutual agreement on the next steps of any project.#AgileConversations

Aha of today

Aha of today: The business development support group that I’m part of helps get back on track when I’ve been postponing work on my objectives. #keep-doing