I MAKE DECISIONS WITH MY GUT - RIGHT?

I MAKE DECISIONS WITH MY GUT - RIGHT?

Often times we hear people say they “go with their gut” on their decision making. Some say that is the only decision input they need, others use it as the final point following research and inquiry before making a decision.

Did you know this approach varies over time? Sometimes you may be going with your gut, other times not so much. Do you have some major decisions on the horizon? Are you aware of your current state of decision making?

You can approach decision making from a variety of strategies:

  • Facts only - just tell me what I need to know to make an informed decision, reasonable and practical logic prevails

  • Facts/Feelings - gathering the facts but being swayed by other influences (parents, children, etc.) - can also be considered “common sense”

  • Feelings only - if you associate with another person on this planet you are sometimes making choices by feelings only

  • Intuitive feelings - this is that “gut” or sense internally of the choices you need to make

Learning about your current state helps you consider what is next for you and the decisions you are making. Want to learn your decision-making state in less than 10 minutes? Contact me for more details!

 

MEETINGS: COMMUNICATION AT IT'S MOST INEFFICIENT

MEETINGS: COMMUNICATION AT IT'S MOST INEFFICIENT

A TOP PROJECT MANAGEMENT SKILL: COMMUNICATION

A TOP PROJECT MANAGEMENT SKILL: COMMUNICATION