GA 061 | Adventurous Thinking with Sally Dominguez

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Today’s episode is a little different, in a fantastic way. As an architect, inventor, and overall innovator, Sally Dominguez, brings a fresh angle to the world of continuous improvement. I think you’ll really enjoy and benefit from her concept of Adventurous Thinking and her fascinating career anecdotes.

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In this episode you’ll learn:

  • Sally’s background and what she’s up to these days (3:16)
  • All about Sally’s upcoming speech at the AME conference (4:53)
  • The quotes that inspire Sally (6:40)
  • What Adventurous Thinking is all about (9:03)
  • Sally’s Five Ways (10:48)
  • More about Negative Space (15:08)
  • A deeper explanation of Backward Thinking (19:53)
  • Why failure is important (25:06)
  • Where to learn more about Sally and her teachings (27:38)
  • What “Respect for People” means to Sally (29:32)
  • The best advice Sally has ever received (30:15)
  • Sally’s personal productivity habit (30:34)
  • What has surprised Sally in the last year (32:17)
  • The area Sally feels she needs to improve (36:09)
  • Sally’s final words of wisdom (37:01)

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