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John Cutler
Product development nut . I love wrangling complex problems/answering the why with qual/quant data. Writing at
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John Cutler 5h
Replying to @svetzal
Absolutely ... context, context, context.
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John Cutler 8h
Replying to @svetzal
I can see how it sounds like that. Wasn’t that ... they sounded very eager to refactor and adapt. Just less for change’s sake.
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John Cutler 11h
Replying to @itsdavemartin
Office hours convo (I get to meet with a big cross section of teams as part of my day-job, it’s awesome).
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John Cutler 11h
“Our secret weapon is that we attract super talented developers to do unsexy work. In SF it would be considering boring. We don’t adopt new things just to keep developers ‘engaged’. We write as little new code as possible. But the work has impact, and that is what matters...”
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John Cutler 12h
Replying to @stephenballot
Yes! On some level, you need to do this thinking *first* ... although I would add that w/some Wardley maps I’ve seen done in the wild, it is till unclear where their competitive position is and isn’t
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John Cutler 13h
Replying to @basche42
Perhaps those abilities are highly differentiated?!
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John Cutler 13h
Helpful exercise ...Plot capabilities vs. legacy competitors, current competition, potential disruptors, and purchasable services/products.
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John Cutler 15h
Replying to @medoingthings
I bought everything ppl recommended :)
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John Cutler 15h
Replying to @joshilewis @SerialMom_
Makes sense. My familiarity was doing a race or two a week from March until November. So not so much of a buildup. And competing was often training as well.
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John Cutler 15h
Replying to @joshilewis @SerialMom_
Got it. I guess I spent 10+ years actively training for events, parts of seasons, seasons, macro cycles, meso cycles. It is hard for me to think of sport as a one-event thing.
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John Cutler 15h
Replying to @joshilewis @SerialMom_
“Operating” would imply primarily existing in the upper right?
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John Cutler 15h
Replying to @joshilewis @SerialMom_
If they are learning faster than you are learning ....and establishing capabilities that are differentiated and threaten you ... then you might need to get stronger?
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John Cutler 15h
Replying to @joshilewis @SerialMom_
Depends on what your competitors are doing, right?
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John Cutler 15h
Replying to @SerialMom_
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John Cutler 15h
Replying to @SerialMom_
Right. There are push/pull vs. approaches to training. Stress, then recovery/overcompensation. Which is different than approaching each workout wanting a PR.
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John Cutler 18h
Replying to @katerutter
We have to have our follow-up conversation! This looks great.
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John Cutler May 18
Struck me how fundamentally different these approaches are: 1) A sustainable pace, gradually improve, tactfully explore limits 2) “Stretch” ... overcommit, “aggressive goals”, “you will not know until you try...” Reminds of of endurance sports and training approaches.
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John Cutler May 18
“Sex ed is an ideological battle for a small but vocal group of Americans who believe that abstinence until marriage is the only right approach.”
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Janie Tankard-Carnock May 18
40 Roadmap Item Questions by
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John Cutler May 18
Packing for international travel with a 14m/o and 10hr flights... What do you need that you don’t already have sitting around?
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