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.
Those who bypass the celebration dance and act like they’ve been there before, are likely to go back there again, says Anthony Guerra, who talks about the importance of sportsmanship in all facets of life.
Although it’s a common methodology for solving problems, cause-and-effect reasoning can sometimes lead us down the wrong path, says Anthony Guerra. Especially if we’re starting from the wrong place.
Although it’s easy to point the finger at IT when technology doesn’t work (or doesn’t work the way we expect it to), if we don’t take the time to provide feedback, we deserve just as much blame, says Sue Schade.
When leaders (or parents, for that matter) try to force individuals to be who they’re not, they don’t get a chance to find out who they are, says Anthony Guerra, who talks about the right approach to getting people out of their comfort zones.