Which decisions turn out better: the immediate, visceral ones, or the ones reached after mulling the matter over for a few days?
It all just depends.
9 times out of ten the later. However when an opportunity comes along you have to take that risk sometimes and go for it.
Good question! I'll have to think about that and get back to you :)
I once had a boss say to me 'take care of the little things, so the big things take care of themselves' so true.
Use your gut feeling!
Visceral ones usually make it more bearable as the climate changes but u can't always make hasty decisions
Given the time required to respond accordingly.
Immediate visceral decisions are best made in a sweet shop or answering a call of nature all others require at least one good nights sleep
It depends on your experience and knowledge of the issue on the table; if you know enough, a fast decision can be just as good as one that takes some time. If you have a choice, though, in general it's better to take as much time as possible.
The ones that come to you in the early hours, out of the blue.
Mulling the matter over for a few days
After a few days!
The immediate ones tend to work better for me, as when I mull to long, ego tends to take over and fill my head with what if's .. I do my best to avoid the What If's.
all of the above. you need to be quick on your feet but aware of potential outcomes.
I mean all of those are good but I can't really say much , I learned that any organization can only rise it's level of leadership, the quality , the integrity and the excellent of leadership will absolutely define its organization.
I make immediate decisions only when I have to. I would rather consult with the client or an expert if possible depending on the situation. Mulling over something would be a luxury in my business and does not happen so often.
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