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Most people get hired into a role and spend the first couple of months just trying to get the lay of the land, understand their role, what they have or need and what they can do. Then they are handed a set of goals, objectives, and maybe a dollar figure.
Typically the first 30-90 days are so busy just keeping the train on the tracks that they can’t think about what might be going wrong or pitfalls in the making.
That’s why they are not proactive.
It’s not because they consciously choose not to be, it is because they are too busy being reactive and actually getting their job done that sometimes it’s tough to pull yourself outside of the mess or chaos or whatever it is to say: “Okay, what problems am I seeing and how can we work to get these solved?” - Alex