Conclusion: All Hands on Deck Revisited

“Undertake something that is difficult. It will do you good. Unless you try to do something beyond what you have already mastered, you will never grow.”

—Ronald E. Osborn

I wrote this book to share this premise: Disruption creates 10 times (10x) the opportunity to advance—if you have the guts and the knowhow about what to do. Tackle an assignment that has problems or issues. It can leapfrog your career. Fewer will dare. You can set yourself apart and become the “go to” person for advancement. Like Shakespeare said, “When the sea was calm, all boats alike show’d mastership at floating.” (Act IV, Coriolanus). In which boat would you prefer to sail? The tested one, of course! Become the tested ship with the ...

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