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Right Thinking

There is infinite information out there. Every day, we are inundated with principles, concepts, and ideas. How does one wade through the deluge, let alone discern where to lean in and pay close attention versus where to lean out and ignore? On this episode of The Growth Equation Podcast, Brad and Steve dive into models for right thinking, or bringing deliberateness and skill to what we take in and what we share out. Among many other things, they dive into their “three-legged” stool framework for evaluating concepts, ideas, and principles — a practical framework that much of their work benefits from, and yours could too.

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1 Comment

  1. […] The Growth Equation, we’ve often talked about the stool test (no, not that kind of stool test!) as a way to check your thinking. You have three legs of a stool: […]

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