Making decisions when starting or running an ebusiness can be nearly scary. But those decisions still have to be made, scary or not, so let’s take a look at some wise words ’round the web that deal with the decision-making process.
Analysis paralysis is a term used to describe the situation where the deeper you dig into a topic the more questions you have. As a rule of thumb, don’t form decisions with only 10 percent of the available knowledge – but don’t expect to have more than 75 percent before a timely decision is due. Most importantly, be humble in your decisions and opinions considering of that fact, but stand by them until proven wrong by more knowledge.
What you decide will never have as much significance in your life as how you handle the consequences of that decision. That means nearly all your decisions can turn out well whether you know how to deal with the conclusion. Did you compose a mistake? That’s not a poor decision, a poor decision would be to hold on to your mistake and do nothing about it.
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In the end, it’s all about vision. Clint Eastwood has a vision each date he sets out to manufacture a film. He doesn’t get bogged down with deciding on actors to use or script rewrites. He gets it done considering he makes certain that the society who work for him understand and carry out his vision. That’s vision and leadership. Now it’s duration to clear that cluttered mind and start directing your own film.
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Original post by Donna