A Fuzzy Decision Prescription

Announcing a new class on how to use the No-Brainer Scenario in real-life business situations!

Nearly a year ago I wrote a little post that wound up being pretty popular.

The No-Brainer Scenario

It was about the No-Brainer Scenario.

The No-Brainer Scenario technique is a really simple decision-making tool that has a knack for shaving the fuzz off decisions so you know exactly what you’re dealing with. It’s designed to help you figure out what you want, so that you can then decide what to do about it.

When we need to make those important, possibly urgent, emotionally-charged decisions, it’s easy to jumble up what we want with what we think we can have. And that’s no way to make a clear decision.

Even though the technique is simple, it’s not always obvious how to apply it to specific situations. Because, really, once we’re in a decision tangle it can be pretty damn hard to find clarity.

So, on Thursday, August 12, I’ll be holding a call about how to apply the technique to a variety of real-life business decisions and situations.

Maybe you’re trying to decide which project is up next.

Maybe you’ve got a job offer or freelance gig that you’re not sure about.

Maybe you want to outsource some of your work but aren’t sure if you can justify it.

Or maybe you’ve got a situation similar to my friend’s and you’re not sure if it’s time to bail.

The class will teach you how to use the No-Brainer Scenario Technique in common business situations so that you can…

…know what you want.
…stop second guessing your choices.
…turn so-so opportunities into ones that make you jump-up-and-down happy.

If you think this might be for you, check out the details here. Hope you’ll join me!

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