TCF829: Stop Learning, Start Doing

Derek Johnson and Tim Cutroni, talk about the shift from simply consuming business knowledge to actively implementing it. They draw from their experiences in landscaping and construction to explain how excessive information consumption can lead to analysis paralysis. They highlight the significance of being adaptable and flexible in the face of change, discussing the idea of impermanence and how it applies to both the contracting and entrepreneurial worlds.

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