Today is December 1. We are on the cusp of another holiday season and faced with the age-old dilemma:
How can we make good decisions in a world of tempting choices?
Whether it’s a diet, career or other choice in the coming days or months, how do we ready ourselves to take the better path… the longer view?
In this short video, I share some key strategies to making better decisions in the face of life’s pressing questions, such as:
How do I choose the orange when I really want the donut?
Follow-up comments or questions welcome. Happy holidays!
Anne Marie Segal is an executive coach, resume writer and author of two well-received books on interviewing and career development. She served as a corporate attorney for 15 years, including roles at White & Case LLP and a prominent hedge and private equity fund manager, before launching her coaching practice. Based in Connecticut not far from New York City, Anne Marie partners with clients internationally on executive presence, impactful communications, graceful transitions and other aspects of professional and personal development. She also offers online instruction at www.segal247.com.
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