I frequently hear from business owners and others in leadership positions about problems relinquishing responsibility or control with regard to their work. They just HATE that feeling of having “no control” and do all manner of things to avoid it;
I read a book the other day that made these suggestions and/or asked these questions of the reader: “Consider your circumstances Start small Have you taken full advantage of the opportunities offered to you? Are you working hard on
Have you ever tried to change a habit? Maybe tried to start losing weight by not thinking about food? Have you tried to play the cool one and not call—or email or text—a romantic interest by blocking out your thoughts about that person? How
Few of us would argue that habits have a huge impact on our lives. Habits can make monkeys out of us all…For better or worse, they can shape our destiny.
“Common sense is the simple knack of seeing something the way it really is and doing something the way it should be done.” —Mark Twain I am often asked if common sense is a thing you have, or if
There are so many biases that influence decision making that range from the Ambiguity Effect to Zero Sum Bias. One of the ones I deal with in my work alters decisions to decide, or at times triggers us to decide
We, as regular citizens, are not often aware of the depth by which they were impacted. Therefore it is important to keep in mind that Law Enforcement professionals have feelings just like you and me. Yet they, unlike the rest
Clients often ask how they might make better decisions. Answering that question I realized that many don’t really understand what making a good decision is all about…in some cases, even what a decision really is.