What I needed were three questions, which when we ask them, will question our assumptions, challenge our biases, and check our emotions.
The topic of personal decision-making captures the essence of how we make decisions in our personal lives. This includes big decisions such as setting life goals or the just as important process of creating good habits.
I bet you tell yourself you think differently, don’t you? You’re the crazy one, the round peg in the square hole, the rule breaker. The one who can change the world.
Understanding the paradox of a decision and its outcome is the biggest difference between those who succeed in life – and those who don’t.
A pithy post - 250 concise words. Loyalty is word we use without understanding its true meaning; to mean it, we need to mean it like the bad boys mean it.
Winning the long game of life Is what we want, but we forget how to play. In this pithy, 250-words I'll explain what winning the long game is.
The power of a pause offers a way to break free of our impulsive decision-making. Find out how it can lead you to a more logical way of deciding.
A good decision-making process matters a lot. In a time when we believe speed wins, I propose a five-step process to improve your decisions
A successful habit isn't one decision, it's a hundred decisions. It is the reason most habits end in failure as I explain in this article.
The three dynamics of decision-making change with every decision. Information, emotion, and chance, all impact on our decisions and outcomes.
A New Blog from me – The Resolve Blog. A new perspective on making decisions in the areas of life, strategy, and leadership.