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You: Key Mindsets & Key Mindset Techniques

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Please note that the below videos have been created from a previous live presentation. Since being recorded, our thinking has evolved on some of the concepts and we have updated the tools/ resources to reflect these changes– however, we are working to update the videos. Because of that, if anything seems unclear/ different from what you are seeing in the tools and resources or you have questions please feel free to reach out.

Don’t forget about the fill-able ‘Cheat Sheet’ that can help you work through a problem or opportunity you are working on. This resource will help guide you through the A.S.E.S.S. tools based on the type of challenge you are experiencing. Whenever you decide on a next step the ‘Moving Forward’ process (embrace affordable loss, shortening feedback loops, using the Trico experimentation technique, and reviewing with someone you have camaraderie with or a Friendly Wise Skeptic) will help you proceed in a way that is as safe and effective as possible*.

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  • Please see the You (Mindset) Workbook which summarizes the concepts from the below videos and can be used as a tool moving forward

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  • Please note that the You (Mindset) Workbook  includes an expanded section on stakeholders entitled ‘iii. Get Someone Else’s View’ on page 24

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*On “profits”: Given the Canada Revenue Agency and some laws, the idea of profits can be tricky for Charitable organizations and even trickier for not-for-profits without Charitable status. While TCF will occasionally use the word “profit” in our materials that is really short-hand for “return (revenue minus expenses)”. To add more clarity, from now on we will try to use the word “return” instead of “profit” when we speak and will use  “return (revenue minus expenses)” in all legal agreements we have with you. You are encouraged to consult with a lawyer in determining when and how you can use the word “profit”. When we do hear you say the word “profit” we will assume you mean “return (revenue minus expenses)” unless you tell us you mean “profit” as defined by Revenue Canada.             

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