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5 Ways to Hack the Power Triangle

The difference between average success and remarkable achievement is your ability to hack the power triangle.

Each point of the triangle represents a uniquely qualified person you need in your life.


3 power people:




5 ways to hack the power triangle:

I’m a dreamer. It’s taken me half a lifetime to stop pushing away those I should pull in.

Fools push away those who challenge and expand their lives.

#1. The person who is most like you gives you energy. The other two drive you nuts.

#2. Everyone is part doer, dreamer, and feeler. Don’t surround yourself with well balanced people unless you aspire to average success. Look for wild-eyed dreamers, impatient doers, and feelers who prioritize people over results.

#3. You need small doses of the people who drive you nuts. Spend quality time, not quantity time, with the opposite sides of the triangle. Timing is everything.

#4. Fill teams with doers. Sprinkle in dreamers and feelers to spice things up.

#5. Have conversations about the power triangle.

What frustrates dreamers? doers? feelers?

How might leaders navigate relationships with doers, dreamers, and feelers in ways that expand everyone’s potential?

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