by Ken Keis (Canada)
Decision: The act or process of deciding; a determination arrived at after consideration; a report of a conclusion; promptness and firmness in deciding
In a recent research study of high performers, one of the top six habits or conditions was that high performers have clarity.
As a coach and an individual, you want to equip yourself to make confident decisions, but you also want to do this for your clients. If you want to know how to do this, read on.
Do you ever feel overwhelmed by the sheer number of choices you have to make—or the copious options that are available to you?
If you answered Yes to the above question, you are not alone.
Do you know a very successful individual who is indecisive?
Likely not. As a rule, successful people are decisive.
If you want to realise your potential, you must be decisive and make the right decisions specific for you.
Your environment is continually expanding your options and possibilities—requiring you to make even more decisions. Change is pervasive in all parts of your life, from personal, home and family to work. Make no mistake: You cannot avoid that natural law.
In my past 30+ years of assisting individuals and business to succeed, several have hired me to help them in the decision-making process. They had become ‘stuck.’
About Dr. Ken Keis
Dr. Ken Keis, is a foremost global authority on behavioural assessment strategies and processes, and an expert in leadership, purpose, and wellness. He has authored over 4 million words of content, including 500 articles, 4 books, and a dozen assessments to help others realize their full potential.
President and CEO of Consulting Resource Group International (CRG), Dr. Keis has worked with many high-profile companies, associations, and industry groups. In the past 30 years, Ken has conducted more than 3,000 presentations and 10,000 hours of coaching and consulting. He is a highly sought-after author, speaker, trainer, media guest and also host of The Secrets of Success Podcast with Dr. Ken Keis.
His latest books, Why Aren’t You More Like Me?, Deliberate Leadership, and The Quest For Purpose!
To learn more on how Ken or CRG can serve you go to www.kenkeis.com and www.crgleader.com