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Are you making these mind mistakes?

Posted by on August 8, 2017 in Career Change, Handling major change, True Courage - Big Leap | 0 comments

Are you making these mind mistakes?

Are you making these mind mistakes?   Are you assuming it will all go wrong? Of course you won’t. But I have often coached people who think if they make changes they’ll be living out of a cardboard box. Underneath the arches at Waterloo Station. Does Waterloo Station even have arches? I know it has ‘road works’ going on at the moment. But back to the cardboard boxes. I coach totally competent, intelligent, able people. Well I think they are. But they are stuck on a decision that is gnawing away at them. And in...

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Decisions – mind and emotions (the silent movie)

Posted by on August 7, 2017 in Career Change, Handling major change, True Courage - Big Leap | 0 comments

Decisions – mind and emotions (the silent movie)

How to make decisions: Mind and emotions Here’s the silent movie version (with music) http://lizcopeland.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2017/07/decision-making-tips-for-the-undecided.mp4   How to make decisions when things are getting emotional. Major job/career/life changesĀ are difficult because there are so many variables and feelings can run high. It’s stressful! Find out more about decision-making in this short (less than a minute) video. If you’ve read the article now you can see the movie!   Find the full text...

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What really matters in decision-making

Posted by on August 2, 2017 in Be the Leader in Your Own Life, Handling major change, True Courage - Big Leap | 0 comments

What really matters in decision-making

What really matters in decision-making Decision-making is a tough business, because: It takes energy We like to make the right decision Life is complex and it’s difficult to get it right According to Moran Cerf (yes, that’s a real name) the key component that makes decision-making easier is to…. (drum roll) …choose your friends so they can reduce the decision-making effort. This is outlined in an article by Chris Weller, writing in The Independent. The article can be found here:...

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