Tag Archive: Decisions

5 Questions for Considering the Alternative

Summers passed slow when I was riding my bike with friends. Those days feel like yesterday. One season blurs into the next. Time gains momentum. I choose to enjoy time passing considering the… Continue reading

3 Ways to Trust Yourself

Learn to not trust yourself. Nobel Prize winner Daniel Kahneman teaches you can’t trust yourself. “… we can be blind to the obvious, and we are also blind to our blindness.” Trusting yourself… Continue reading

Two Things You Can Do that Aren’t Stupid

Everyone does stupid things. Thankfully, most of us don’t do stupid things on national television. Last Sunday, Terry Bradshaw did a stupid thing when he joked about Antonio Brown (AB) on national television.… Continue reading

Molson Coors Faced Complexities When Returning to the Office

Lyft, Ford, Uber, Alphabet (Google parent company), and Apple delayed plans to bring employees back into the office. Facebook and Wells Fargo currently plan to return in January. Molson Coors Beverage Co. had… Continue reading

4 Questions that Define a Useful Idea

Good ideas aren’t necessarily useful. Any idea that you can’t act on today is a glamourous distraction. Useful ideas are actionable today. A bucket full of good ideas is paralyzing. Choose a mission… Continue reading

7 Questions that Change the Way People Think

When making decisions the most important thing is to make them. The principles of decision-making include: Go with your highest point of clarity. (Important decisions are never perfectly clear.) Keep moving forward, especially… Continue reading