Many executives and entrepreneurs today are finding it increasingly difficult to make decisions, even lowlevel decisions. Why? They are bombarded by too much information, which can get in the way of effective decisionmaking. In this innovative session, author and professional speaker Jeff Davidson outlines three basic strategies for avoiding the paralysis of analysis, thus making decisions faster and easier.
- Jeff explains why more data is not always the answer, and how to collect data effectively to have it serve you rather than abuse you.
- He discusses a variety of ways to reach a conclusion with less effort while making a decision that’s just as effective as if you had made it with a concerted effort.
- He also addresses the power of making intuitive choices and why this is a beneficial, largely untapped resource that you can employ starting today.
If your job position requires making many decisions, or you simply have issues related to the topic, Shackled by the Paralysis of Analysis will put you on the road to quick and effective decision-making in novel ways, beginning immediately.