Decision Making, Managing Self, Personal & Professional Development, personal growth, Thought Leadership

Want to Take Decisive Action? Try The 5 Second Rule!

Typically, when you hear about the 5 Second Rule, it is talking out the amount of time you have to quickly pick up a piece of food that has fallen to ground. This article is not about that 5 second rule but my latest summer book pick - The 5 Second Rule by Mel Robbins. In her book the 5 Second Rule, Mel Robbins offers up a new tool that we can use to take decisive action, overcome procrastination, hesitancy, and self-doubt to improve our lives, relationships, happiness, and work.

Decision Making, Leadership, Personal Development, personal growth, Professional Development, Self Improvement/ Self Help

Critical Thinking Killers: Are You Guilty?

So, think about the last decision you made or problem you had to solve? How did you go about it? Did you gather the information and objectively look at the pros and cons? Did you ask questions to get additional information? Did you verify the source of the information you were basing your decision on or did you just go on the basis on your gut feeling or what a friend or family member told you? Making assumptions, jumping to conclusions, reacting emotionally and not being able to distinguish between facts or fake news are obvious indicators that you might not be thinking critically about a particular situation, individual or issue.

Decision Making, Developing Others, Developing Self, Emotional Inteligence, Life Issues, Managing Self, Motivation and Failure, Navigating Relationships, Personal & Professional Development

Success & Misperceptions of Success

They say that, 'beauty is in the eyes of the beholder'. I say, so is success. Recently, I had conversations with two friends - one male and, the other female, in which success, perceptions of success, or the lack thereof were common themes. In these interactions, both friends shared their views about their own successes… Continue reading Success & Misperceptions of Success

Career, Decision Making, Developing Self, Making Choices, Managing Self, Navigating Relationships, Personal & Professional Development

To Be or Not To Be?

"To be, or not to be, that is the question"— William Shakespeare's , Hamlet The answer lies with you. Yes, you- the  one making the decision. 7 days a week, 4 weeks a month, 12 months a year, or every minute of the day, we make decisions, big  and small about our relationships, families, careers,… Continue reading To Be or Not To Be?