strategy is a set of actions that are credible, coherent, and focused on overcoming the biggest hurdles in achieving a particular objective. Let’s break that down: a set of actions: there should be a concrete plan… that are credible and coherent: the plan should make sense and believably accomplish the objective. There should not be conflicting pieces of the plan… and focused on overcoming the biggest hurdle(s): there should be a clear diagnosis of the biggest problem(s) to be solved, and the plan should focus resources towards overcoming those hurdles… in achieving a particular objective: it should be clear what success looks like.
A sparring partner is somebody who's in the ring with you—throwing blows back and forth. And the thing about that sparring partner is they probably share a common set of goals, and they're probably trying to get better at the thing that you're getting better at. They are on a similar level, but maybe have some slightly different strengths to you. They're not afraid to push and throw punches to help you get better, which I think is often missing sometimes from a mentor or coach relationship.
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