Category Archives: decision-making

Prime Confidence at The Intersection of Purpose and Now

I get “pitched” a lot of ideas from prospective new clients during our early conversations.  They want to do “something” that will make a difference in their business, with their team, in their lives. Usually, economy of time and money … Continue reading

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Decisions, Decisions, Decisions

Successul leaders are not paid for doing things they like to do. They are paid for making effective decisions and getting the right things done. Leaders fail when they make only “easy” decisions, the ones they like, or the ones … Continue reading

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Where New Possibilities are Born

The struggle is the point.That’s where new possibilities are born. I see it all the time – individuals, teams and organizations trying to make decisions with as little struggle as possible. They look for “low-hanging fruit”, which can be a great … Continue reading

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