After Review of the Seventh Imperative:
1) What project will you Start
2) What would you change to innovate?
3) What transformational change will you see as an outcome?
Seth wrote in his “Poke the Box”
The Seventh Imperative:
” The first imperative is to be aware–aware of the market, of opportunities, of who you are.
* The second imperative is to be educated, so you can understand what’s around you.
*The third imperative is to be connected, so you can be trusted as you engage.
* The fourth imperative is to be consistent, so the system knows what to expect.
* The fifth imperative is to build an asset, so you have somthing to sell.
*The sixth imperative is to be productive, so you can be well priced.
—-The seventh imperative is frightening and thus easy to overlook or ignore. The seventh imperative is to have the guts and the heart and the passion to ship.”
Get into the habit of starting. from Poke the Box, Pg 4 Seth Godin, Penguin.com 2011 available at Poke the box | 9782354560362, 9782354560362 | VitalSource
The imperative is to start, get things done. Make it a way of life that in the end is transforming.
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