Here are 3 that I access daily--maybe even hourly
1. You aren't making your products or offering your services for everyone. Stay true to yourself and in the face of rejection--whisper to yourself--"I didn't make this for you"
2. Don't bid on pricing. This has been useful in my work freelancing or working as an entrepreneur. Seth's thoughts (paraphrased by me) are it is a useless race to the bottom. I agree. I don't sell dollars. Clients need to value the tasks or questions they are trying to solve--and pay accordingly.
3. Now that you have your ducks in a row--what are you going to do with the duck--simply brilliant. I have even titled data talks with this exact phase. As a thank you I gifted Seth a bronze duck when I met him at the On Being Gathering. He actually teared up and gave me a hug.
If certainty is truly the goal you will likely be disappointed.
Think how many oysters you would have to shuck or eat to potentially find a pearl.
Maybe what we really need is targeted well thought out questions--and well calculated probabilities.
Where to connect?
Links to data conversations are typically here, data talks people mumble or on twitter @datamongerbonny
I will be presenting at the next Tableau Healthcare User Group on August 14th--follow along here for updates.
Discounts for Women in Tech Summit (Southeast) expire July 31st so get your early bird registration soon!
Here is a link to my interview (presenter)