10 MORE GREAT WORDS
Adapt: Change is happening faster than ever before.
Flex : In times of rapid change, agility is a critical skill.
Experience: There’s a lot you don’t know.
Create: Stop managing things and create things instead.
Focus: You can’t master all the knowledge there is to know,
Partner: Deal with rapid change and complexity by seeking partners
Shift: Far too many people view the future with fear rather than thinking about opportunity.
Imagine: Innovators don’t make a difference by redoing the status quo
Start: You’ve probably been holding off on doing the one thing you always wanted to try to do.
Encourage: People who approach things with passion and purpose live a compelling life.
The “10 Great Words” page on my Web site is one of the most consistently visited and shared pages on my entire site. A
nd this follow list, “10 More Great Words”, also ranks up there!
I think that people find the words to be powerful and inspirational, and help to set a good mindset for innovative thinking.
Words are very powerful motivators. Here’s more! Get inspired!
- Adapt: Change is happening faster than ever before. Accept that, adapt to it, and go with the flow. It makes everything a lot easier.
- Flex : In times of rapid change, agility is a critical skill. Develop flexibility in attitude, skills and capability in order to thrive
- Experience: There’s a lot you don’t know. Enhance your knowledge and experience by doing all the things you’ve never done before.
- Create: Stop managing things and create things instead. Focus on doing what makes a difference, rather than trying to make a difference with what you’ve done before
- Focus: You can’t master all the knowledge there is to know, nor can you do everything you want to do. Do what you do well and do that well, and then figure out new ways of doing the rest.
- Partner: Deal with rapid change and complexity by seeking partners who can help you accomplish what needs to be done.
- Shift: Far too many people view the future with fear rather than thinking about opportunity. Shift your focus, and you’ll discover opportunities for growth.
- Imagine: Innovators don’t make a difference by redoing the status quo — they accomplish great things by being different. And they don’t constrain their difference with traditional thinking: they simply think differently.
- Start: You’ve probably been holding off on doing the one thing you always wanted to try to do. Drop your indecision now and begin doing it. Innovators succeed through momentum, and momentum comes from doing.
- Encourage: People who approach things with passion and purpose live a compelling life. Find your spark, and light it! Find other sparks around you, and you’ve got a fire that fuels enthusiasm!
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