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May 18, 2005

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Lisa,
What a generous offer. I've just gone through my own creative process which I call a "Dwelve" to come up with my strategic plan for next while. Personally, I'm firmly in the very, very early execution phase; I've already got my breakthrough ideas hatched. But sometimes I wonder if breakthroughs of a different nature are needed in that 'getting it done' phase too. How broad is your process, in other words?

Evelyn:

That's a great question. I expect that each person will be in a different place in their journey. We do not spend a lot of time honing goals. It's 95% making something happen. It's about getting whatever is needed going with greater velocity.

A broad as needed, in other words.

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