Here's a dollar. Go buy yourself a clue.

I've frequently talked and often thought about how I like to work with people who, to use my own vernacular, "intellectualize their jobs." What I have meant by this is summed up nicely in this fairly old essay by Eric Sink.

Here's an excerpt:

"We want learning to be a process, not an event. Making your first derivative constantly positive is not just about formal training. It is a posture which you bring to your job each day. It is a posture of teachability, a constant willingness to learn."

Check it out. The whole site is actually worth a read...

(via Eric Sink's Weblog)

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