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Making things actionable

One thing I enjoy doing is distilling complex ideas into actionable concepts. That is in fact one of the objectives of this blog. No matter how much you read or how many opinions you consider, in the end, you’ll have to decide what to do with all of it.

Since not everyone’s brain works in a way that allows them to simplify, here are some questions you can ask – preferably to the most knowledgeable experts – to extract something actionable: 1) Given all that you know…what action would you encourage me to take? 2) What do you think is the risk of not taking that action?

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