Monthly Archives: October 2011

How to be a Style Conscious Decision Maker

Who’s the worst boss you ever had?  I bet a name and face comes to mind pretty quickly, right?  At some level you didn’t like some part of his or her leadership style. 1. She was distracted and made goofy … Continue reading

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How to Brew Great Business Decisions Without a Filter

The French press is the absolute best way to make a cup of coffee.  Do you believe me?  It took 25 years to learn that the drip method of brewing coffee is just not as good.  I started making french … Continue reading

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How to Manage Your Mood to Improve Decision Making Ability

Are you sunny or are you blue?  That’s either the title to a really bad song from the ’70’s or a serious question every business leader should ask before making a decision.  Let’s take a look at your mood filter. … Continue reading

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How to Prevent Distractions From Fogging Your Executive Decisions

Filters. We all have them and look through them at the world around us. We are a product of our environment and the fortune or misfortune of personal and professional events.  We use these filters consciously or subconsciously to make … Continue reading

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