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Elements of Effective Declarations
The five elements of effective declarations.
Framework for a Packaged Pitch
A framework to make a clear, concise, and actionable pitch.
Seek Clarity When There is No Certainty
Four ways to gain clarity on whatever project or Idea you’re working on
Creating an MVP
What MVP is and why you need it.
Three Ways to Diversify Your Network
Three ways to diversify your network.
The Studio/E Compass
Completing the Studio/E Compass will leave you with energy and clarity, plus the goals and action steps necessary to make progress and move your Idea forward.
Why Create Boundaries?
Boundaries outline what you’re willing to invest and define what you won’t risk during the current turn of your Idea.
Six ways to package your Idea.
1 + 1 = 11
Or why enrollment is effective.
Positioning Statement Template
(My idea) helps (who) with (their jobs) by (reducing pains / creating and developing gains) to (provide / shape what value).
Gather Actionable Feedback
Four questions to ask to gain actionable feedback.
You Are More Than Your Title
Your title doesn't even begin to explain what makes you YOU.
Take Time to Reflect
Reflection helps you check-in to see if you are aligned with your Desire and are taking the right action steps to pursue it.
The Stories You Tell Yourself Matter
The events you experience plus the stories you tell yourself about them influence the outcomes.
Who Can Make Your Idea Better?
When thinking about enrolling people to help us with our Ideas, we like to consider what we…
Positioning your Idea is important if you want it to go somewhere. Here’s a checklist to get you thinking.
Needs vs. Solutions
A common obstacle we see people get caught up in while ideating is making assumptions on what their user’s need is.
Who Can You Bring Along on Your Exploration?
“Alone we can do so little. Together we can do so much.” This quote by Helen Keller speaks to the concept of bringing others along with you on your exploration.
Current Means Inventory
Taking inventory of what you already have helps create momentum and allows you take steps from an assets-based thinking position rather than being stopped by focusing on what you don’t have.
What is Positioning and Packaging?
Positioning and Packaging is a practice we use to get our Ideas into a tangible and communicable state so that we can gather feedback from others.
What Are You Willing to Invest?
On setting Boundaries.
Get to Know Your User
How to get to know your user.
Qualities of a Great Exploratory Leader
Ernest Shackleton's four qualities of a great explorer.
What Makes Your Idea of Unique Value to its Users?
Differentiating yourself in a busy and chaotic environment happens when you produce truly valuable Ideas, which are fueled by your Desire and empathetically designed for the needs of your user.
What Story Are You Telling Yourself?
Mindset is the most powerful tool you possess. It is the narrator of the stories you tell yourself and it helps shape the world around you.
Why Exploratory Leadership
Exploratory Leadership is a required practice for life and business because it provides awareness to help you effectively explore the unknown.
Start With What You Have
Current Means is asset-based thinking that enables you to focus and use what you have right now to get your ideas into action quickly.
Find Growth Within a Diverse Learning Community
If you want to learn and grow, spend time with people who know different things than you know. A great way to do this is to join a diverse learning community.
The Known and Unknown Zones
A map is to context as a compass is to direction. It allows you to…
Act-Learn-Build: The Method of Exploratory Leadership
At the heart of the Studio/E Map resides a method we call Act-Learn-Build. Here's how it works.
What Is Your Sentence?
Why your Desire should be just one sentence.
Desire: What is Your Why?
When you live within your Desire, you feel a sense of purpose, value and worth.