Leadership means making tough decisions
It is difficult for leaders to make tough decisions; some will often abandon their responsibility because they don't want to act on a tough decision or carry the load of the outcome.
Good leaders will remember that they have the responsibility and the obligation to use their authority judiciously and decisively.
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When faced with a difficult decision, set a date or time for you to come to a conclusion. Doing this forces a habit of self-trust.
You will be right sometimes, and other times you'll be wrong. However, making a decision is more important than waiting for an outside force to decide for you.
They are chunks of knowledge that can be simplified and applied to better understand the world, by identify what information is relevant in any given situation, and the most reasonable parameters to work in.
Mental models simplify complex processes.
"Every choice we make in life is an experiment. Every day offers fresh opportunities to find better decision-making frames. We live in a time when data is more plentiful, cheaper to analyze, and easier to translate into action than ever before. Smartphones, websites, digital databases, and apps put information at our fingertips. But it only becomes useful if we know how to make sense of it."
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