I was at a conference (WOBI) in Milan this week and I diligently jotted down (i.e.took notes) some expressions the speakers used. They will serve as inspiration for a few of my posts this month.
Tom Peters used this expression: ‘Isn’t that putting the cart before the horse?’
What does it mean?
How else can we say this?
Interesting… thanks for the blog? Anymore?
Lots more…will be posting more from WOBI soon.
More properly used for: rushing to conclusions without meditation or reflection; getting to final output without considering the process or steps needed; being or behaving unplanned, irrationale, impulsive . reckless?
Hey Sabrina…right on the money! Happy you are following LEM! Speak soon
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