#12 Dive Deep
Dive Deep is about scrutiny! It means looking at things in-depth and taking metrics and narratives with a pinch of salt. It is important to operate at all levels and be detail-oriented.
○ Whenever discussing processes and procedures, you should dive deep, see the big picture in detail, look into every nook and cranny of the project (or tasks) and how it is going to be performed every step of the way, even and especially if you are not the one doing it.
Summing up, to dive deep means to understand how the mechanism works and how the processes are put into place, including the efforts and implications of these processes. Showing that nothing is beneath you.
Listen to Allon Katz, who spent nearly 7 years at Amazon, exemplifies how Dive Deep works.
Listen from 4:50 to 5:58.
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