Trying out something new: a roundup of my threads & mini-threads from the past week.
- Personal Success
- Fake it/Make it
- The Firehorse Effect
- Product Questions
- Hiring Mistakes & Archetypes
- Cultivating Wisdom
- Competent Executives
Heuristics for answering the question "Am I successful?"
People often misunderstand the advice "fake it till you make it"
Why competent people fail in a new job or situation: the Firehorse Effect
An interesting contemporary example of the Firehorse Effect (from @mannhingkhor)
Using the power of questions to evaluate product feature decisions as a product leader
Be aware that Consistency can be an Apple Pie Position.
Consistency is important, but when in conflict with Clarity:
Clarity trumps Consistency
Avoiding mistakes in hiring senior managers & executives at your startup or bigco
We want everything, and that's because we do not know what we truly seek
How to accelerate one's pace of wisdom cultivation
Important nuance related to the above thread
Executive competence / incompetence and Product Review meetings
Some ways for executives to address this
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