How to commit when you disagree

Disagreeing is easy and something we do all day every day. Don’t commit just to let leadership have any easy excuse to get their way, but commit to keep moving forward quickly. Delivering on the project and failing fast gets you to your goal so much quicker than spending time making sure everyone agrees. There are so many variables to your projects that we’re never going to be 100% aligned.

Learning how to commit when you really don’t agree is easier said than done. But when you do, you can still enjoy your work, help deliver on the project, feel like you are adding value along the way.

In this week’s episode, you will learn how to commit not just at work, but when it comes to your career as well.

Items referenced in episode:

2016 Amazon shareholder letter – https://blog.aboutamazon.com/company-news/2016-letter-to-shareholders

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