6 Tactics to Achieve Extraordinary Performance

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When I read Great at Work a few weeks ago, the research Morten Hansen uncovered on learning loops was my favorite discovery. On this week’s episode, we talked in detail about the six tactics to implement them:

  1. Carve out just 15
  2. Chunk it
  3. Measure the “soft”
  4. Get nimble feedback, fast
  5. Dig the dip
  6. Confront the stall point

Morten discussed each on Monday’s episode and I highlighted a ton of details (PDF download) in the book.

If the six tactics helped you, these episodes will be of value too:

  • CFL31: Five Effective Ways to Train the People You Lead
  • CFL157: Why It’s Essential To Struggle With Learning
  • CFL181: Create the Best Place to Work
  • CFL273: Essentials of Adult Development


Recommended Reading

At Work With Lisa Cummings, Leader of Strengths: Solid advice from past guest Lisa Cummings, resident guest expert on StrengthsFinder. Especially helpful —> the Personal Brand Poll and the “Is It A Weakness?” flowchart.

Using an Alarm Clock Has Changed My Life in 2018 — Here’s Why: You may remember this exact action was suggested by recent guest Neil Pasricha when we discussed happiness.

Why We Don’t Have Nice Things: Here’s your motivation from Seth Godin to create something extraordinary.

Do Good People Turn Evil?: Fascinating perspective on some of our classic assumptions on this, by past guest Adam Grant.

Video Picks

How to Make Stress Your Friend: Just saw this TED talk after it was recommended by a listener. Total game changer on how I’ll be thinking about stress going forward.

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