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Here a 7 things I thought you’d need to know for July 11th in under 3 minutes:

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Leadership 😬

1. When you hire a new team there is a “honeymoon” period. That soon comes crashing down when "real work" starts. Making sure individuals are aligned to their own purpose helps to maintain their motivation. With that in mind.... Check out this helpful article on asking your employee’s about their inner purpose. 

2. Great leaders are thoughtful and deliberate


3. Reviewed this case study on 365 days of growth and how to get to $250 ARR without funding. 

4. I was asked about pricing strategies for growth (and the complexity of different business models and is there a right or wrong…). It prompted me to read this post on SaaS pricing strategies for short and long-term success

5. In the process of revisiting our content strategy for H2 - this post on using These 8 Content Creation Lanes to Flesh Out Your Strategy is helpful context. 

Well-being 🧠

6. How are your goals tracking in 2019? Check out Noah Kagen’s helpful review of how he approaches “goal-setting” (with a practical template I started using!). 

7. I’m reading Digital Minimalism by Cal Newport. Snippet: “Technology is intrinsically neither good nor bad. The key is using it to support your goals and values, rather than letting it use you. This book shows the way.”

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🤔 q&a: How to build daily learning habits into your life?

Historically, learning has occurred in big, bulky one-off experiences. Think…

  • A professional development day, which is a one off, that’s not revisited
  • A training session, which goes into detail once, then moves on
  • A course, which covers a range of topics, that aren’t revisited
  • A lecture, which covers one topic, in depth, then moves on
  • A series of workshops, which end and aren’t revisited
  • A book club where you read and discuss a book once, then move on
  • A class, where you cover information once, that’s not revisited

Chances are you’ve attended one of these and forgotten everything you covered, talked about and discussed. But when learning is at the centre of your mindset, you’ll have the foundations and motivation to build positive learning habits.

Be open-minded about acquiring knowledge. Learn something small and put it into action every day. But that’s easier said than done. That’s why I’m bringing you a list of ten habits you can develop to become devoted to achieving mastery and learning every day.

Read the full post in building daily learning habits 👈

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