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Dreaming and Doing

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Yet too many solicit the feedback and then bat it away, a check mark on their roadmap to convince themselves they are not building in isolation. A few of them take something away from that feedback and apply it to what they are dreaming and doing.

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Tavis and Maya

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Sometimes I tell people to form a plan—a conceptual roadmap of any kind—not because you will follow the path from here to there, but because if you start with a map, you will go somewhere, and that has to be better than nowhere. Find thought in action, not in dire contemplation.

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Rotten Choices, Rotten Jobs

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4) Job Application without Roadmap : If you the hiring manager don’t know what is going to light your fire, what makes you think the person with the offer letter has flint? Legendary companies begin and grow through culture, and that comes from people. And don’t forget diversity.

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It’s a Hard Rock Life

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I usually have a protagonist identified and a very rough roadmap of a plot that will deliver that character’s arc, but even before I begin the detailed process of outlining, I start a page of ideas I call “collecting.” I have an eclectic process I use to write a novel.

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The Many Lessons of Andy Grove

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I want to share something more personal about him, the key takeaways from the few times I met him in person during roadmap briefings at Intel in the 1990s. Okay, you get the point, about 0.001% of mortal beings have a resume close to his. You can read his full bio on Wikipedia.

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Learning from Mars

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Paraphrasing President Kennedy’s challenge to set an arbitrary deadline without a known roadmap, the Curiosity team chose their path not because it was easy, but because it was hard. I am sure there are many, but three leap out for me: Difficult is Good.