Risks: How Far Should You Go?

Risks: How Far Should You Go? - 1

Making decisions is the easiest thing. Making the right decision however less so! Decisions need to evaluate the risk they entail. Risk is an unpredictable that has a tendency to occur at the worst moment. Why is that ? How far shall one push it before the risk inevitably turns into a reality?  When something […]

Fluid Strategy

Fluid Strategy - 2

I am often asked: what is Strategy? I used to use long and detailed explanations that covered all sorts of possible objections the listener had never even thought of, taking the more ‘detailed’ route of strategy of my own in anticipating their reactions. However, in recent years, the more experiences I had the more I […]

Ask Yourself These Three Powerful Questions – And Do Nothing

Ask Yourself These Three Powerful Questions – And Do Nothing - 3

I was recently looking for some information to help a client that had grown so fast since first trading to see where things were being delayed in the implementation of his strategy. To any neutral observer it was clear: daily tasks micro-management was taking over the execution of the agreed strategy. The client was frustrated […]

Rational or Instinctive Decisions: Which Works Better?

Rational or Instinctive Decisions: Which Works Better? - 4

The time to make a decision is the most nerve-wracking moment for any decision maker. The list of the “what ifs” is never-ending. Assuming the information we have is accurate, have we really covered all the angles that matter? The list goes on. The reality is that one is rarely in possession of 100% of […]