Whether you’re in the business of providing care or serving meals, there’s no rule against branching out from your area of specialty – as long as it’s done slowly, thoughtfully and deliberately, says Anthony Guerra.
No one likes being ‘had,’ whether it’s an unpaid debt or services not provided, but sometimes the wiser move is to swallow your pride and walk away, says Anthony Guerra.
The simple fact is, no matter how much planning you do, or how well you’re able to anticipate and avoid hurdles, sometimes you can’t get rid of the chaos. What you can do, says Kate Gamble, is react appropriately.
They’re the three most difficult words one can hear. But for CIO Ed Marx, who has dedicated time and resources in the fight against cancer, they mark the beginning of a journey – not an ending.
Sometimes the most important factor in decision-making is time, says Anthony Guerra. Without it, we can make the wrong choice, but with it, we gain access to “new information or insights” that can steer us in the right direction.