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Limina - The Courage of Decisions

December 23, 2015 Clemens Rettich

 You are standing at a doorway.

We are always standing at a doorway. We have in each moment of our lives a choice to walk through a door that moves us into a new space, or we can leave it closed...

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Priority Management: Expectations Aren't Deadlines

November 11, 2014 Clemens Rettich

 An expectation isn't a deadline until you say it is.

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It Isn't Meant to Be - Decision-Making in Business

July 02, 2014 Clemens Rettich

 "It isn't meant to be."

Most people will read that sentence as: "It isn't foreordained. It isn't in the stars."

If we assume meant is to be taken literally and implies intention, causality, or...

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Answering the Right Question Instead of the Easy Question

June 25, 2014 Clemens Rettich

 Have you noticed how often when someone asks how a business is doing, the response is about sales?

"How is that business doing?"

"Great. They hit 3.3 million in sales last year."

It isn't the...

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A Shotgun Is Not an Effective Decision-Making Tool

June 18, 2014 Clemens Rettich

 The Shotgun: A Tool to Keep You Busy

A business owner, Maria, recently described her ideal customer to me. Her description was laser sharp. After Maria was done I could have walked into a crowd...

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The Real Reason Why: Effective Decision-Making

April 16, 2014 Clemens Rettich

 We use the word causes in two ways:

The first one is just...

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