Fear can give you many reasons as to why you shouldn’t tread new ground. Maybe you don’t feel qualified enough, or maybe it’s entering uncharted territory that’s telling you that you shouldn’t move forward, but excuses like these are the only things keeping you from becoming a better business leader. It’s not that you have to experience new things, but it’s that you need to experience more in order to become better. Experience is the only thing that can teach, and to teach others, you must first understand.You cannot teach others what you do not understand yourself. Click To Tweet
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: