Posts Tagged ‘indecision’

The Time to Act is Now

Perhaps you’ve been contemplating making some changes to your business but find it difficult to make a move. This is a common fear.

There’s No Time like the Present

One of the most effective antidotes to fear is action. Generally what we fear will occur is greatly exaggerated. On a personal level, how many people Read the rest of this entry »

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How to Block Business Distractions

How often do you start your business day with the best of intentions only to find yourself doing anything but what you planned? If you’re like most people it’s more often than you care to admit.

Put it in Front of You

In an earlier article Triage for Business Issues I mentioned a technique that I first read about several years ago. It is one of the best ways I know to block business distractions. The technique is Read the rest of this entry »

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Indecision is a Bad Decision

How often have you found yourself waiting on a decision or leaving others waiting on your decision? Take too long to make a decision and that becomes the decision, and quite often that means this indecision is a bad decision. Rather than making the best decision based on the facts at hand, there may be a tendency to hold off until certain of the decision. By then it may be too late. As Geoffrey Chaucer said, “Time and tide wait for no man.”

There Is Competition

How many companies have debated making changes to their product offerings, only to be left behind when the competition acted first? Not only does Read the rest of this entry »

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