Planner Gone Rogue: APG Singapore Talk

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Planner Gone Rogue: APG Singapore Talk

  1. 1. PLANNER GONE ROGUE @hklefevreillchangeyourlife.wordpress.com
  2. 2. I QUIT MY JOB
  3. 3. “ I’ve been a surgeon for eight years. For the past couple of them, my performance in the operating room has reached a plateau. I’d like to think it’s a good thing -- I’ve arrived at my professional peak. But mainly it seems as if I’ve just stopped getting better. ” Atul Gwande “Coaching a Surgeon: What Makes Top Performers Better”
  4. 4. “ Have you ever really had a teacher? One who saw you as a precious thing, a jewel that, with wisdom, could be polished to a proud shine? If you are lucky enough to find your way to such teachers, you will always find your way back. ”Mitch AlbomTuesdays with Morrie
  5. 5. Seth Godin Quoted in Uncertainty“ If you are lucky enough to have somebody who will pay a lot of attention to you, then great, more power to you. But to search for their magic? I’m just not ” buying it.
  6. 6. THE EARLY ADOPTERS
  7. 7. “ So let me get this straight... you want to invite your 6 ft tall, blond, single friend who you met on the internet to stay with us in our house? ” Meredith Oke
  8. 8. FIGURE OUT WHAT I NEED TO LEARN
  9. 9. WHAT I KNOW ABOUT PLANNING
  10. 10. WORK FROM YOUR STRENGTHS
  11. 11. LIKE PAULA ABDUL SAYS: MAKE IT YOUR OWN
  12. 12. YOU DON’T HAVE TO DECIDEUNTIL YOU HAVE TO DECIDE
  13. 13. FIND A WAY TO BE GENEROUS
  14. 14. A GIFT = TO GIVE, TO RECEIVE, TO RECIPROCATE
  15. 15. 2008: 732008: 461 2008: 5 2008: 38
  16. 16. 2008: 732008: 461 2009: 104 2009: 532 2008: 5 2009: 9 2008: 38 2009: 220
  17. 17. 2008: 732008: 461 2009: 104 2009: 532 2010: 156 2010: 682 2008: 5 2009: 9 2010: 12 2008: 38 2009: 220 2010: 249
  18. 18. 2008: 732008: 461 2009: 104 2009: 532 2010: 156 2010: 682 2008: 5 2011: 227 2009: 9 2011: 909 2010: 12 2008: 38 2011: 23 2009: 220 2010: 249 2011: 255
  19. 19. PLANNER PEN PALS
  20. 20. COUCH SURFING FOR PLANNERS
  21. 21. INTERNATIONAL EXCHANGE
  22. 22. ONE MORE GENEROUS PROJECT
  23. 23. @juniorstrategyjuniorstrategy.com
  24. 24. PRINCIPLES OVER PROCESS
  25. 25. THE DRAMA OF CRITICAL THINKING IS OUR PROCESS.TAKE IN A BUNCH OF INPUTS FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES.ASK A BUNCH OF QUESTIONS NO ONE HAS BOTHERED TO ASK. HYPOTHESIZE SOLUTIONS. CRAFT A STORY TO HELP PEOPLE EMBRACE THE IDEAS.
  26. 26. SEEK INPUTS FROM EVERYWHERE
  27. 27. FOR IDEAS PEOPLE, WE LOOK ATSURPRISINGLY FEW INFLUENCES
  28. 28. SOME PEOPLE COLLECT DOLLS...
  29. 29. EVERYTHING WE NEED TO KNOW, WE LEARN THROUGH OTHER PEOPLE
  30. 30. NEVER STOP LEARNING
  31. 31. CANADIANS DON’T LOCK THEIR DOORS
  32. 32. IMPOSTER SYNDROME MAY BE A BIG DEAL
  33. 33. I’M GOING TO LEARN A LOT ABOUT PUBLISHING“The machine had been invented a few years ago: a machine that could tell,from just a sample of your blood, how you were going to die. It didn’tgive you the date and it didn’t give you the specifics. It just spat out asliver of paper on which were printed, in careful block letters, the wordsDROWNED or CANCER or OLD AGE or CHOKED ON A HANDFULOF POPCORN. It let people know how they were going to die.
  34. 34. TITLES AND PROJECTS PROLIFERATE
  35. 35. “IN THE LAND OF THE ONE-EYED MONSTERS, CLOSE ONE EYE”
  36. 36. THE VAMPIRE OFINTERESTINGNESS
  37. 37. SPINNING PLATES
  38. 38. WHAT TO DO, WHERE TO LIVE, WHO TO LOVE
  39. 39. SHAKING THE TREE OF CHANCE
  40. 40. I’M NOT THE ONLY ONE RETHINKING EVERYTHING
  41. 41. SHOP THE WORLD, STEAL FROM THE BEST
  42. 42. JASON’S TALE OF TWO ROBOTS
  43. 43. DAVE LAVERY OF NASA
  44. 44. ROBBIE
  45. 45. COLIN ANGLE, THE INTERN
  46. 46. MEET TOOTH
  47. 47. “ One of the interesting things that we’ve noticed is that companies correlate on decision making and speed of decision making. There are basically no companies that have good slow decisions. There are only companies that have good fast decisions. I think that’s also a natural thing as companies get bigger -- they tend to slow down ” decision making. And that’s pretty tragic. LARRY PAGE CEO OF GOOGLE
  48. 48. COLIN POWEL 40-70 RULE
  49. 49. “ The big problems are these sorts that only ever get solved by trial and error, so when they are being solved, they are being solved through experimentation, which is often a bottom-up process. When they are not being solved it is because we are not willing to experiment, or to ” use trial and error. TIM HARFORD ECONOMIST
  50. 50. COLIN NOW
  51. 51. WORK FROM YOUR STRENGTHS PRINCIPLES OVER PROCESSYOU DON’T HAVE TO DECIDE SEEK INPUTS FROM EVERYWHEREUNTIL YOU HAVE TO DECIDEFIND A WAY TO BE GENEROUS NEVER STOP LEARNING
  52. 52. WORK FROM YOUR STRENGTHS PRINCIPLES OVER PROCESSYOU DON’T HAVE TO DECIDE SEEK INPUTS FROM EVERYWHEREUNTIL YOU HAVE TO DECIDEFIND A WAY TO BE GENEROUS NEVER STOP LEARNING PLEASE SUGGEST BOOK TITLES
  53. 53. WORK FROM YOUR STRENGTHS PRINCIPLES OVER PROCESSYOU DON’T HAVE TO DECIDE SEEK INPUTS FROM EVERYWHEREUNTIL YOU HAVE TO DECIDEFIND A WAY TO BE GENEROUS NEVER STOP LEARNING PLEASE SUGGEST BOOK TITLES PLEASE TAKE THE SURVEY
  54. 54. @hklefevreillchangeyourlife.wordpress.com hklefevre@gmail.com

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