In episode 299, Bradley explains why we continue to discount the feats of pitcher/outfielder/designated hitter/unicorn, , while shining a light on great, but lesser players such as outfielder (only), . How does this relate to business...
In episode 299, Bradley explains why we continue to discount the feats of Los Angeles Angels pitcher/outfielder/designated hitter/unicorn, Shohei Ohtani, while shining a light on great, but lesser players such as outfielder (only), Aaron Judge.
How does this relate to business organizations? Bradley examines how we struggle to process something new, different, and amazing. Instead of rejecting it, learn to embrace it.
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