Strategic Wordle

We have to start somewhere when we play a puzzle like Wordle. We may not get the letters right on the first round; if we do, they are probably in the wrong place. We make the next round of guesses, informed by our previous entries.

What if we took the same mindset to our strategic initiatives? Let’s invest in our best guesses as the work that matters. Then adjust based on the responses. We refine and initiate another round of investment. We are irrelevant if we wait until we are handed the answer by those who have solved the problem already. If we take too much time between inputs, people will think we went offline. We are considered reckless if we make six quick guesses, barely consulting the results.

How might we move at the right cadence, informed by our previous inputs but not held up by fear? The narrative behind our inputs creates a personal story.

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