Last month, SVII hosted an event focused on the concept of rapid iteration–which is a quick production cycle of something for the sake of quickly adjusting as you see the results of previous cycle. That may seem complicated, but it just means that you figure out how to do something better while you are doing it, and you figure it out rapidly.
Here is one of our presenters, Jason Marsh, demonstrating rapid iteration in the form of musical performance:
We will explore the role of rapid iteration in music, the arts, software development, medical devices, project management, business operations, collaboration, and more.. Come join us!
Perhaps you woke up this morning to the cacophony of sparrows and blue jays sporting their morning song, felt the cozy weight of that silk-wrapped comforter coaxing you to linger, saw the red LEDs of your digital clock, indicating two hours until that morning meeting (to close the deal of your lifetime!), smelled the scent of bacon sizzling in the kitchen, and finally climbed out of bed, succumbing to the thought of savoring the crispy pork in your mouth, along with a side of over-easy eggs, golden-yolked, and runny to perfection…
Perhaps you created something life-changing today?