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Philip Brown's lessons learnt this year  

Philip Brown of business and technology blog Culttt writes in to share what he's learnt this year. Like Chris, he has several points to reflect on:

  1. If something is wrong, change it
  2. Put it out there and keep improving it
  3. Don't try and take on too much at once

The first one is particularly important. Often we may have a feeling that something is not quite right, and probably wrong, but we shy away from confronting the possible problem head on - there are other things demanding our time that are more immediate. If the thing that's wrong is important, though, it's worth spending the time to clarify whether it really is wrong (gut feelings are often correct), and then making a change.

Will anyone else contribute their lessons? If so, mail them here and I'll post them up! Merry Christmas again!

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