Tag Archives: decision making

What Are You Doing to Develop Your POV?

There are MANY smart people in the world. And what do they all have? A POV (point of view) about relevant or …

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Want to Make a Power Move? Try Slowing Down!

Throughout my career, I’ve always tried to be super-responsive to requests and only felt great about my day if I was able …

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There’s a Better Way to Ask for Help

I recently received an email which included a puzzling request from a cryptic sender. I could tell from the vague reference to …

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Do These 2 Things to Expand Your Relationships and Opportunities

Have you ever kept a tally of the number of assumptions you make in a day? Me either … until recently. Due …

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Who’s Your Voice Of Reason?

I’m sure you’ve heard, “It’s lonely at the top.” Well, you don’t even have to be at “the top” to sometimes feel …

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Keep Making Terrible Decisions, Or Read the Book “Decisive”

It is a proven fact. The research proves it time and time again. We make poor decisions, even when we consciously work …

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Leaders: Anticipate the Ripple Effects from Your Decisions

In conversations with clients, the analogy of throwing a rock into a lake often comes up. The change project / initiative or …

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The Science and Art of Making Good Decisions

It’s spring – and for a certain sub-set of the population that can only mean one thing – college decision time! Yes, …

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