Each itinerary includes a starting point, a destination, and the learning experiments along the way that will get you there. The path moves "up a learning curve," so start at the bottom left and traverse your way up to the right!
Section A: Starting Point In Section A of the itinerary, write down your Starting Point. For example, where are you now? Do you want to strengthen rookie smarts across your team? Are you trying to rekindle the passion you once felt for your work?
Section B: Destination In Section B if the itinerary, write down your Destination. For example, where do you want to be? What goals do you want to achieve for your team?
Section 1,2, & 3: Rookie Smarts Experiments Select an experiment from Appendix D of the bookthat will help you achieve your destination, and place each experiment in sections 1, 2, and 3.
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Once you have mapped out your itinerary, put it in a place where you will see it and remind yourself of the journey you are about to embark on
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