FIT: The Chambers Pivot Newsletter
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Quick notes to help you get more done in less time. . . next week.

Friday! It's happened! Another week has flown by. Plug these ideas into your brain before you check out for the weekend. 

In this issue:

- Techniques for FIT
- Being Human
- Random Stuff

Techniques for FIT

  • If you have to raise money from investors, start with big non-obvious trends. Then tell them your secret sauce, and then the offer. Investors like the ask right away, so move quickly. 
  • Chances are your strategies are perfect on paper. The real world goes beyond business goals and smashes into culture. Be ready to manage that.
  • Working within the box requires knowing the boundaries. Finance, service, ethics, and acquisition borders need to be defined. 
  • For any high stakes interaction, show up on time, do your best, and move on. 

Being Human - We are unique

There is no one on the planet that shares your unique journey through life. Your experiences. Your wins. Your losses. The highs, the lows. You are the sum total of your experiences and that makes you unique. 

And forgetting that the person you're talking to is also unique is right where communication breaks down.

What I'm about to say is another of my simple but not easy statements.

In important conversations, check your assumptions. 

Because we are all unique. 

Random Stuff

Big head

I am updating my website and part of that is new photography. 

I spent an hour in a studio going through various outfits and poses and walked out knowing that I had nailed the various consultant poses. Arms crossed, thoughtful look, hands in pockets etc. 

You'll see the final product in a few weeks but I want to describe the experience of selecting the final photos. Actually, I just want to talk about one thing. The experience of seeing my face in extreme detail, eight feet tall. 

It's um, disconcerting. At first.

Here's the thing, after looking at myself for thirty minutes, I got used to it. Thirty minutes after that, my ego inflated. By the time I walked out, I was a changed man. 

No wonder celebrities are slightly off. Just sayin'. 

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