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Profesisonalism

It's about respect. You're more than a pizza delivery guy. Don't dumb-down your career and your opportunties in life. Become a valuable partner to the people you are trying to serve. Fully engage. Be dependable and trusted. Don't just be an order-taker.

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Joy Of Work

It's about fun. Remember what work was like when it was fun? Remember getting up happy in the morning, excited about the job and the difference you were making. Stop going through the rituals. Get back to where you enjoyed coming in to work every day.

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Increased Reputation

It's about balance. Earn the respect of those around you by finding the right balance between rigor and relaxation. Have an enjoyable demanor while professionally working through difficult problems. Be the guy others bring their problems to for resolution -- while having the time of your life.

Sample Content: Intro To Backlogs

Why Backlogs?

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Backlogs

The number one problem in organizations after having the right people is having the people know what to do. The Backlogs series of books and videos answers the question: how do we know what to do and make sure we're doing the right thing?

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ScrumMaster

Quick-hit to-do list for transitioning from formal ScrumMaster training to being the best ScrumMaster you can be. Book with accompanying "whiteboard chat" videos.

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