In this video version of the Xagility podcast, the incredible Indi Young joins me to talk about why you shouldn’t look at a problem through the aperture of a solution and the effect this can have on overall performance.
Packed with metaphors and anecdotes, this episode is the perfect mix of fun stories and incredible wisdom.
Indi’s website: https://indiyoung.com/
Indi’s book: https://indiyoung.com/books-time-to-listen/
Episode transcript available here: https://share.descript.com/view/Td8V7ZJDxos
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