Why Self-Care Sometimes Needs to Be Your No. 1 Strategy
When you're burned out, so is your decision-making.
Decisions, Decisions...5 Ways to Stop Making Bad Ones in Business
There are certain psychological dispositions in all of us that influence our decisions without our knowing.
3 Steps to Becoming a Better Decision Maker
Smart, rational decision-making isn't an innate gift; rather, it's an art, a process of weighing inputs such as data and risk on one hand and emotions like fear and uncertainty on the other
Which of Your Great Ideas Should You Work on Bringing to Market First?
When you're in the midst of a creative surge, it's sometimes hard to narrow things down. Use this checklist to help.
A Lack of Confidence Is a Surprising Trait of Successful Leaders
These leaders don't care about being more confident. What they desperately want to be is better calibrated.
7 Keys to Making the Right Decision the First Time and Every Time
Here's how great decision-makers never fail at getting the job done.
5 Things Every Entrepreneur Should Know About Risk-Taking
Focus on the known factors when you can, accept ambiguities -- and understand that failure is never the end of the road.
Why Letting Go Is Key to This Athlete-Turned-Entrepreneur's Success
Jeremy Bloom learned the importance of getting rid of destructive thoughts as an athlete. Now he uses that same skill as the CEO of a tech-marketing software startup.
3 Decision-Making Tools to Help You Draw the Right Conclusions as Your Business Evolves
Don't try to manage your newly complex business with the same decision-making tools you used when it was small.
How a Rule Change by Pope Francis Gives a Lesson in Leadership to All
The Pope knows what he believes, is clear about his intentions and isn't afraid to fight.
Develop These 7 Skills to Become a More Influential Person
Each one of us has our own skills and talents, and we too can develop them and propel ourselves into positions of influence.
Why Sleeping on a Decision May Not Help You
There's nothing about sleep itself that gives us more insight or makes us more confident in a decision.
Why Doesn't the Business World Operate Like the Navy SEAL Team?
Because it doesn't. And you need to recognize that not everything will operate like your biased world either.
4 Ways to Limit Your Decision-Making
An advisory board, a planned fitness routine for the week and even limiting your cooking to Sundays can make life a lot easier.
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