“What should I do next?” ”What project should I focus on?” “What color should the font be on my blog?” We’ve all been there before – faced with decisions – some critical, many insignificant.
There are plenty of decisions in life that require deep analysis and thoughtful decision-making: Buying a home, choosing a college to attend, figuring out where to raise your kids, etc.
Running your own business is not unlike the aforementioned life-altering scenarios. Certain decisions will make or break your business, so it’s important for all decisions to be based on solid logic and reasoning, with a little bit of your own gut and emotion mixed in.
Most of your day-to-day business decisions, however, are not critical. If you make the wrong decision, you can adapt and correct your mistake. In fact, bad decisions are often valuable because they give us solid information about what not to do in the future.
In most cases, I believe the only thing worse than a bad decision is no decision at all.
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