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great leadership is dependent on speed and effectiveness

An article in the Harvard Business Review suggests that for leaders to be effective they need to be able to adjust quickly to situations and produce the intended result whilst ‘thinking on their feet’. 442 more words

#FearlessFebruary: Fearless Interviews

For my #FearlessFebruary I decided to face on of my biggest fears: rejection. I wanted to start a new chapter in my life and to do that I had to look for new opportunities.  471 more words

Calendar Of Courage

Big Data Friday Funny

Courtesy of Datafloq (again), here is a great cartoon reflecting the decision making process post Big Data.

The less funny reality is that decision making before Big Data wasn’t too different than this cartoon’s reference, just less informed pain that came in two forms.   92 more words

Big Data

Cleaning Up House.

Ladies a very important part of self healing is knowing when to clean up your house.

And I’m literally talking about your house.

I don’t know about you but I find that my mind is much less busy when things are nice and tidy. 364 more words

QUEEN

Procrastinate and die

Inactivity as a result of not making a decision is just plain pointless. There are no benefits in stalling. There are some decisions that are so important that of course they do need time and consideration before making them, but these are easy to identify, and are quite rare on a day to day basis. 97 more words

Daniel Sumpton

2-26-15 Making Decisions

Making decisions is a great blessing.  Once you make them you feel free and relieved, at least I do.  This morning before I even got to school I made the decision about where we are going to stage our family reunion this summer and then later in the day I called my sister in law to invite her and another decision was made. 293 more words

Decision Making

Critical Thinking: First remove bias

Before we can use our critical thinking skills, it is important to remove barriers to thinking clearly. Our biases cloud our understanding, analyzing and decision-making more than we can imagine. 778 more words

Bias