- Acknowledge to yourself and to your staff that stagnancy is an issue, and it’s something that must change if you are to thrive.
- Put together the appropriate team to turn these problems into opportunities. I find that teams that combine “big idea” people and more practical-minded folks—your list checkers—are most effective for implementing change.
- Start a list of all the things you’d like to change. If you’re new to this process, remember that there are no bad ideas. We’re brainstorming here, and we want ideas to flow.
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