Tag Archives: decisions

Hard Decisions Made Easier

I am all for bold and decisive action. Better to regret the things you’ve done vs. those you never tasted. Yet, some decisions are hard to take. Can we stop the cycle of agonizing over our decisions? Can we make … Continue reading

Doubt What You Know

Warren Buffett once said that people are best at interpreting new information in a way that holds all their previous conclusions intact. Know what I mean? We all have our assumptions, beliefs, firm ideas that we know what we know … Continue reading

The Future, Happiness and Other Things

Reading the latest study coming out of the Columbia Earth Institute and Professor Jeffrey Sachs’ latest article in World Happiness, I could not help but think of what this peculiar concept really means  – and how personal circumstances and life’s … Continue reading

Just Ask – The Agile Risky Way

Following my Just Ask post, I chatted with  Gregory Farmakis, CEO of Agilis about the uncomfortable “ask.” This is his story about the victory of perseverance, the arrogance of youth, and the lessons that come with age and experience.  And, … Continue reading

Just Ask

“Most people never pick up the phone, most people never ask. And that’s what separates, sometimes, the people that do things from the people that just dream about them. You gotta act. And you gotta be willing to fail… if … Continue reading

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