Dose of does

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  • @CharlesPrabakar
    Great ideas and comments originate from quality people and surely Charles you stand prominently among those people.
    I agree with you all the way. We say performance equals ability times desirability. Passion is linked to desirability. Experience is what you described thoroughly as 'experience is a transcription of the past, that we’ve accumulate in the form of wisdom and knowledge, and it manifests itself in the form of intuition that helps us to make decisions and get the job done”. Experience comes by learning, making mistakes and learning from them. Should any of passion or experience be low then the product is low. That is to say no performance. So, we need both at the highest level possible. Experience growth will only be exponential and follow the Rule of 72 if we dare to try different approaches passionately. It is not acquired by doing the same thing because of our tendency to do what we are familiar with.
    My hope is that this word “comperience” will shape and become like the word serendipity-- I love that
    Charles, you are a genuine thinker dear friend.
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  • Great post @Dr. Ali Anani.

    Like Lori, I also liked slide #12. However, as I looked at your compounded success loop, a curious question came to my mind - where does passion (or purpose in a larger sense) fit within this Experience loop? If you think about it, passion and experience are the two attributes that equally drive success or they are the two sides of the same coin.

    The difference between them, although, subtle is important to recognize though–

    If I had to summarize experience in one sentence – “experience is a transcription of the past, we’ve accumulated in the form of wisdom and knowledge, which then manifests itself in the form of intuition that helps us to make decisions and get the job done”.

    Similarly, when we are passionate about something, we absorb the essence of any challenge completely, because we love to do it. It so happens that, love is a powerful emotion (or motivation energy) that makes us to get involved and complete every aspect of the challenge with intensity like an entrepreneur. Passion will convince us to keep moving, even when all logic tells us to give up.

    However, having experience doesn’t assume that we actually will enjoy –a challenge, as we have seen people at the top of their game, sometimes don’t enjoy what they do anymore.

    In other words, passion and experience are not mutually exclusive, rather they are two sides of the same coin, and so, we need both of these attributes for us to succeed, very much like how we need two hands for a clap to happen.

    Now, to your point about compounded experience loop – > here is my hypothesis: When passion is compounded, by experience (and empathy if we look at with the leadership lens), it manifests itself as compassion (under passion dimension) and “comperience” (the word I just made up with) under experience dimension?

    My hope is that this word “comperience” will shape and become like the word serendipity – as I had alluded in one of my earlier posts! (http://strategywithapurpose.blogspot.com/2011/03/ptv-on-serendipity-road-exploring.html)

    I guess we are wordsmithing here, however, I am sure you get the point though…..

    On the whole, a great thought provoking post!

    Regards,

    Charles
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  • @DOINAPP
    Doina you are an angel. I do appreciate your sincere and warm comment. We shape thoughts and then they shape us. We affect friends and then they affect us. You are a friend who affects me with her opinions and trust. Thanks a million
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  • Ali, dear Sir, your excellent presentations will never stop to come at us and I am saying it as much you are so clever!
    Excellent sharing, excellent analyze and really a very best subject!
    But, I feel that I am one from the twins.......real opinion, the same root, different success......
    This is life, this is the smart counting, THIS is the reality!
    Congratulations for this link!
    Well done, nice concept!
    I will promote it.......
    (sorry for my missing on the last days....)
    With all my respect,
    Doina
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  • @hudali15
    Thanks Juao as I have already started preparing the slides deck. You are an inspirer
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Dose of does

  1. 1. Ali Anani
  2. 2. Two twin brothersOne succeeded and the otherfailed
  3. 3. StrengthWinners Self-Denialclimb thepyramid ofsuccess Resilience Vision of Achievement
  4. 4. Does Dose
  5. 5. Experience LoopThe Faster You loop, the faster yougain
  6. 6. A rule stating that in order to findthe number of years required todouble your money at a giveninterest rate, you divide thecompound return into 72. Theresult is the approximate numberof years that it will take for yourinvestment to double://www.investopedia.com/terms/r/ruleof72.asp#ixzz1vmhMYVs2
  7. 7. Experience maybe simple orcompound. Optforcompoundedexperiences
  8. 8. As yougrow bylearning
  9. 9. Reiterate your efforts so thatThe output is the input for the next step. Climb the ladder of success

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