The odd socks principle.

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I wear odd socks most days, but no one knows because they're hidden inside my shoes.

It saves me time and it makes me happy, but no one else needs to know.

Sometimes, in work and life, when you're doing something odd - like Agile or TOC, say, or a fondness for Neil Diamond - there are ways to be odd, to share the benefits of being odd, without making a big fuss about the oddness.

Sometimes. 

 

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clarke ching

Clarke Ching is an expert in the application of Goldratt's Theory of Constraints to Agile software development. He is author of Rocks into Gold and Rolling Rocks Downhill (BETA). He gained Scrum certification from Ken Schwaber in Scotland in 2004 and now works as the Lean and Agile internal expert at The Royal London Group. Clarke focuses on Cash-Flow-Driven-Development and the use of positive psychology to help project teams flourish.