This week, we’re talking about decision making. Are you aware of the ripple effect of being stuck in indecision? Whether it’s decisions in your family business or in your personal life, second-guessing one thing creates a chain reaction, meaning one simple decision can actually have profound ramifications.
Where are you not making a decision, or you’ve made a decision but now you’re waffling on it? I’m sharing a story about a horse that turned into an international affair because one person hesitated on their decision, and I’m showing you how to see the places in your life where you aren’t committing to your decisions, and the ripple effect it might be having on others and your future.
Tune in this week to discover the ripple effects of not making a decision. I’m showing you how to stop feeling powerless and frustrated when you or someone else just isn’t taking ownership of an important decision, so you can decide how you want to show up and influence the situation from a place of love, caring, and neutrality.
If you’re a family business leader and you’re interested in exploring this work further, send me an email for more details about The Family Business Leader Mastermind.
What You Will Discover:
- A story from my life that highlights the importance of being decisive.
- Why not making a decision always has a ripple effect.
- How different people approach decision making completely differently.
- Two mindset models to help you understand why you get the results that you’re getting.
- How to find the decisions that you need to make and decide on a solution that works for everyone.
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