You’d think coming up with a title for a book would be the easiest thing in the world, especially a book focused on a single key leadership skill like effective decision-making. I’m writing a book covering many of the topics from this blog. Now I need a title, something that clearly indicates what it’s all … Continue reading The elusive book title decision
When I was young, I thought that when I finally got a job and made some money I could get what I wanted. Now I have a job and some money—not a lot of money, but enough to buy things I never expected to have, like a house and a new car. I should be … Continue reading Why can’t I have it all?
Answer the following question: Being an effective decision-maker requires: a.) asking the right question b.) considering a rich range of alternatives c.) visualizing the possible outcomes d.) making a rational choice e.) all of the above f.) none of the above Aren’t you tired of multiple-choice tests? You get them all through school, on college … Continue reading Life is not a multiple choice test