How to get unstuck.

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23 Responses to How to get unstuck.

  1. Greg says:

    I believe that is called the scientific method.
    Great work!

  2. John Muir says:

    Perspiration >> Irritation >> Vexation >> Consternation

    These tend to invite themselves as appropriate. But it is indeed always the pushing that counts.

  3. eigenvector says:

    Congratulations! A nice amplification of Boyd’s OODA loop.

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  5. Rekha says:

    This is how I picked my paint colors.

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  7. Karoline says:

    …and then to the shrink.

  8. David says:

    I like it with the arrows reversed too. Makes you think.

  9. Ryan V says:

    You probably should have put “Jubilation” between implementation and observation. :-P

    Great graphic though. I sketched it on the whiteboard at work today for all to see…

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  14. fireflight says:

    When dealing with corporate bosses, the cycle becomes very simple. Go from “evaluation” to “frustration” back to “evaluation”, repeat until insane.

  15. Tom says:

    It also closely resembles the PDCA loop, though “frustration” may be more appropriate than “act.”

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  17. BobC says:

    any chance of getting this on a shirt?? a load of bio-geeks would love to see that

  18. cathy says:

    I agree, reversing the arrows makes you think differently too. Great stuff.

  19. Pieter Jan Hanse says:

    Either way … its a good way to get unstuck. Greatly done!

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