Is indecision killing your execution? In my last post, I brought up the idea that strategic execution is essentially a decision-making science. This week, I want to go down the rabbit hole a bit more. And talk about the exact opposite of good decision-making: indecision. Why isn’t bad decision-making the opposite of good decision-making? LetContinue reading “December 9, 2022”
Tag Archives: decision-making
November 21, 2022
Are you a strategic leader? Do you know the number one reason that businesses fail? It’s poor decision-making. Bad decisions, inconsistent decisions, late decisions, no decisions… they all have a way of literally mucking everything up. And this isn’t just a “business” truth. It’s a Life truth. And it is an idea that I haveContinue reading “November 21, 2022”
October 3, 2021
“It’s time to change the narrative…” I think the most dangerous thing about stress is that we have become so used to it. Now, don’t get me wrong. Stress is something that will never go away. But the sheer volume of it today – the constant presence of it – makes me shake my headContinue reading “October 3, 2021”
Think You’ve Got Stress?
I have a confession that you probably already know: I’m a horribly inconsistent blogger. But, hopefully, you find my content good enough that when stuff comes out, it’s worth your time to read. Which I’m hoping this post will be equally regarded – but know that I am starting with some heavy words. My wifeContinue reading “Think You’ve Got Stress?”