I believe that speed, like exercise and eating healthy, can be habitual.
A good plan violently executed now is better than a perfect plan next week.
Deciding on when a decision will be made from the start is a profound, powerful change that will speed everything up.
It's important to internalize how irreversible, fatal or non-fatal a decision may be. Very few can't be undone.
You know you're going fast enough if there's a low-level discomfort, people feeling stretched. But if you're going too fast, you'll see it on their faces, and that's important to spot too.
The candle is always burning. You need leadership to feel and infuse every discussion with that kind of urgency.
A lot of people assume dependencies where they don't even exist.
You can either set the pace of the market or be the one to react. Whoever is fastest out of the gate is the one everyone else has to react to.
How can you make other people look good? How can you make meeting your needs a win for them inside their company?