Tag Archives: decision-making

When Is It Time To Go?

How do you know when it’s time to go? Go forward, go back, go in a different direction, go make it right, go get help, go in spite of your fears? This morning I found myself returning to a process … Continue reading

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Surviving the Life You’ve Always Wanted

I just finished reading a feature-length article in Vanity Fair that bills itself as a behind-the-scenes look at the life of the Barack Obama. New York Times writer and best-selling author Michael Lewis reportedly spent six months with “unprecedented access” to the President to research the story. While the … Continue reading

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Navy SEALS and Guerilla Decision-Making

I received a phone call this morning from a person who wanted to talk about a really bad decision she made (her words, not mine, although I totally agreed). She knew better, she said. She had been at this crossroads before, … Continue reading

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