Be Bad First: Get Good at Things Fast to Stay Ready for the Future

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Be Bad First: Get Good at Things Fast to Stay Ready for the Future

Be Bad First Get Good at Things Fast to Stay Ready for the Future We are operating in a world defined by constant connection rapid change and abundant choices News that once took months even years to spread now reaches across the globe in seconds Advances in med

  • Title: Be Bad First: Get Good at Things Fast to Stay Ready for the Future
  • Author: Erika Andersen
  • ISBN: 9781629561080
  • Page: 442
  • Format: Hardcover
  • We are operating in a world defined by constant connection, rapid change, and abundant choices News that once took months, even years, to spread now reaches across the globe in seconds Advances in medicine and science are pushing boundaries with gene therapy and stem cell transplants And decisions about where and how to work and live are nearly endless.As new knowledge We are operating in a world defined by constant connection, rapid change, and abundant choices News that once took months, even years, to spread now reaches across the globe in seconds Advances in medicine and science are pushing boundaries with gene therapy and stem cell transplants And decisions about where and how to work and live are nearly endless.As new knowledge and the possibilities that arise from that knowledge propels us forward, leadership readiness expert and renowned author Erika Andersen suggests that success in today s world requires the ability to acquire new knowledge and skills quickly and continuously in spite of our mixed feelings about being a novice.In her newest book, Be Bad First, Erika explores how we can become masters of mastery proficient in the kind of high payoff learning that s needed today With assessments and exercises at the close of every chapter, she encourages readers to embrace being bad on the way to being great to be novices over and over again as we seek to learn and acquire the new skills that will allow us to thrive in this fast changing world.

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    One thought on “Be Bad First: Get Good at Things Fast to Stay Ready for the Future

    1. C. Hollis Crossman on said:

      If there's one thing we hear consistently from voices in the business world today, it's that change is the only constant going forward. That means the only way to stay viable within virtually any market or profession is to adapt, evolve, and learn constantly. But saying these things and doing them are two wildly different propositions.Erika Andersen provides some much-needed practical guidance for pursuing success in this rapid-innovation environment. Be Bad First is about preparing yourself to [...]

    2. Wendy Bunnell on said:

      I sandwiched this business self-help book between a couple novels because I needed to read it for work, but it really was a nice change of pace. Ok, let's clarify, I didn't really "need" to read it for work. I voluntarily signed up for the "Reader Leaders" group because I like reading and it's a good excuse to: 1.) get a book from work, 2.) have an excuse to be reading a book at work (even though I read this entirely on a Saturday and Sunday - oh well), and 3.) it allows me to spend an hour at w [...]

    3. Erika Andersen on said:

      I probably shouldn't say this (it's like saying that you like one of your children better than another), but this is my favorite book I've written so far. See what you think

    4. Adrean Clark on said:

      LOVE this book - it has helped me so much to get past my internal blocks!

    5. Jean-Philippe Michel on said:

      Erika Anderson proposes that the ability to learn well and quickly is the most important skill to have. Unfortunately, not knowing something feels so… bad. This is because we like the familiar and don’t like going back to a novice state. Given how uncomfortable learning can feel, how can we overcome our resistance so that we can reach our goals? Anderson proposes a four-step model for effective learning, which follows the acronym A.N.E.W.: -Aspiration: We are motivated to learn some things m [...]

    6. Monica on said:

      If I could assign a required reading book to my staff, colleagues, family, and friends -- this book would be it. In this day and age of constant change we can only remain informed, educated, relevant, and ready if we are able to learn and grow and apply those new skills -- and do it quickly. This book covers the steps needed to do these things and I recommend it highly! The author of this book was the keynote at my annual conference this summer and I was inspired by her presentation and by the p [...]

    7. Amanda Gill on said:

      This was recommended by a colleague. I guess there is good info here if you need it. However, I gobble up information and love to learn new things and really don't need a book to encourage me to do so. I'm sure there are people out there that would benefit from this, but the whole time I was reading it, I kept thinking, "Duh. I do this already. Who doesn't?!"

    8. Ietrio on said:

      This book comes from somebody who was with Michelangelo when he was negotiating and hence had a lot of time to analyze Michelangelo's technique.

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