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Proaction Principles

  • Think well ahead.
  • Make sure your decisions suit your own values and interests.
  • Think strategically.
  • Proaction requires not just thinking but doing.
  • Learn and adapt rapidly through trial and error.
  • Grit matters, but you also need to learn along the way and adjust.

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Proaction is the “possible you” that:

  • spots and prevents problems
  • identifies, pursues, and captures opportunities
  • creates a new self-chosen, desired future through a strategic change of trajectory.

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