Do not let yourself be paralyzed by “what ifs” when making decisions.
Is it important to consider the possible outcomes before making a decision? Absolutely.
However, far too many people “what if” themselves into paralysis by considering highly unlikely outcomes. We cannot do that.
Make the best decision you can make with the information you have been given. Then move on.
That’s how things get done.
Now let’s get started.
The Good Stuff
1. Why Everyone Should Have a “To-Don’t” List
We spend too much time thinking about what to add to our lives instead of thinking about what to subtract.
2. Great Leaders Impact EVERYONE
We may not always get to choose who we lead, but we should always be willing to spend time developing EVERYONE under our watch.
What separates most successful people is their ability to streamline their decision-making processes.
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This school year will be over before we know it. However, we still have time to make an impact on those around us. Make sure you are intentionally looking for opportunities to have a positive impact on students and teachers in the remaining weeks.
How Can We Help You?
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