This post is a follow-up to our co-founder Dustin Moskovitz’s article on avoiding decision fatigue at work. Join us in partaking in #decisionweek and start feeling more empowered to make smart decisions.
So you’ve decided to read this blog post. You saw an opportunity, you took action (click!) and you’re following through with your plans by reading this very sentence. If only making decisions at work was always that easy….
Most of your day entails making one decision after another—what to do next, who to invite to that meeting, or even which articles to read in your downtime. A lot of decisions are simple and come naturally, but then there are also seemingly easy decisions that can slow us down for a variety of reasons.
What if the secret to better decision-making is merely being able to clearly identify your obstacle and knowing a few tactics to overcome it? With the right plan, we think you’ll be able to move potential blockers out of your way and start making decisions faster—and with more confidence.
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