The 72 Hour Rule Revisited and OKRs
“A life that applies no learning is devoid of the joy of progress and development”
In this episode, Aviv revisits the 72-Hour Rule which suggests that in order to truly learn a new practice, one must go through four stages. These stages include receiving new knowledge, understanding and validating the practice learned, applying the learning and, finally, teaching that new practice to everyone in your environment. Aviv stresses the importance of acting immediately in order to maximize the learning and development cycle. Finally, Aviv discusses the benefits of operating in the aerobic flow zone, the dangers of delay tactics and the value of shrinking the 72-hour rule to 72 minutes.
Essential Learning Points:
- [00:53] – Introducing today’s topic, revisiting the 72 Hour Rule and OKRs
- [01:04] – Aviv restates the four stages of the 72 Hour Rule
- [02:10] – The importance of teaching new learnings to others within the 72-hour
- [03:11] – The Objective and Key Results (OKR) methodology that Aviv utilizes
- [04:30] – The best time to act
- [05:00] – The benefit of operating inside the aerobic flow zone
- [05:50] – The detriment of delaying action
- [06:25] – The antidote to delay tactics
- [07:15] – Now it’s your turn, eliminate delay tactics and shrink the 72-Hour cycle
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