A well-known business theory is Clayton Christensen’s, disruptive innovation theory, which describes a process by which a product or service takes root initially in simple applications at the bottom of a market and then relentlessly moves up market, eventually displacing established competitors. It’s the theory Apple used to make a dent in Microsoft’s holdings, and it’s the theory Netflix used to dethrone Blockbuster. You can watch the below video to see the theory explained in deeper detail:
We all produce work in some form or fashion, and we all want to do our very best. But what happens when you finish your work, and know that it’s not your very best? Well, it is probably best to go back and fix your work to make it the best it can possibly be. But what if you could know what to do before you start working to set yourself up for producing even better work? It would save you tons of time, heartache, and frustration. In other words, it would set you up for success before you even begin.
Here are 4 ways to begin producing even better work, right now:
My definition of leadership may be different from yours. When you think of leadership, you may think of CEOs, managers, and anyone else with a leadership title. When I think of leadership I only think of the impact that one can have on the life of another person.
Actually, the more CEOs that I talk to, I find that they come in contact with far less people than someone who is in the trenches, day after day. Of course, there’s an exception to this rule of CEOs seeing less people than others, but for the most part, this idea remains true.
Wherever your career has you right now, know that you must have contact with other people in order to lead with your life. Actually, this is the idea that birthed this website, Leadership in Life.