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Confidence and Intuition

Rapid and effective decision-making requires confidence and intuition. Confidence is learned by making mistakes and working through them in a self-reinforcing process. The more you do it, the better it works. Borderless organizations have to build a tolerance for failure and an environment that encourages venturesome employees. In my experience, good intuition is really confidence in conjunction with a superior knowledge of the business. It's synthesizing all those pieces on the 3-D chessboard and acting on it. Creating effective employees is really about nurturing confidence and a broad knowledge of the company and its industry. Interestingly, this argues against the frequent job-hopping seen in young technology companies. It takes time to build intuition.


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