Category Archives: Decision making

Design Thinking turned Into Strategy: An Interview with PepsiCo’s CEO

  Just few years ago, it wasn’t clear whether Indra Nooyi would survive as PepsiCo’s CEO. Many investors saw Pepsi as a bloated giant whose top brands were losing market share. And they were critical of Nooyi’s shift toward a more health-oriented overall product line. Prominent activist investor Nelson Peltz fought hard to split the […]
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On lifting the burden of productivity and living the everyday wonder

On lifting the burden of productivity “Being busy does not always mean real work. The object of all work is production or accomplishment and to either of these ends there must be forethought, system, planning, intelligence and honest purpose, as well as perspiration. Seeming to do is not doing.” Thomas Edison. I hope my email […]
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Work distractions and interruptions

Overcoming distractions and interruptions Interruptions and distractions impose heavily on our ability to organize work schedules. Not only is there the actual time lost through the interruption but, more importantly, the effort of getting back to the original task and re-focusing attention. The extent to which we are distracted from our work has become much […]
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Thinking Clouds that distract us from CLARITY

Thinking clouds that distract us from CLARITY – Wrong Dilemma I shared with you last week how can our thinking create clouds of distraction to focus and clarity. Do you remember the main ones? a) Wrong authority b) Wrong dilemma c) Wrong motivation Today we will focus first on how a wrong dilemma can create confusion of the […]
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Excuses and other tricky ‘inventions’ that stop you bringing your IDEAS to life

Excuses and other tricky ‘inventions’ that stop you bringing your IDEAS to life       During my work as a business coach, sales specialist or marketer, I’ve heard plenty of excuses from my clients and myself about why they’re unable to turn their ideas into reality, with the aim to start their own business. […]
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Goal Liberation

The story of two heads 1. Did you ever make a list with everything you have to do during the day and then you felt so good that you HAD to take a break? 2. Did you ever attend a productivity seminar and you felt so productive and motivated, even though you didn’t produce anything? […]
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Habits that work for you

Habits that work for you A long time ago, when I started my journey in personal development I became interested about happiness and what really make people happy. I realized one thing: my definition of happiness is unique, nobody can have the same perspective as I have. As the time passed by, reading all those […]
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Make it a “NO-EXCUSES” November

Make it a “NO-EXCUSES” NOVEMBER Yes, is already November..The time passed quickly , don’t you think? The December is now very close, the month of gifts, holidays, parties, friends and families, all gathered together to celebrate their long fulfilling passing year 2013. As your mind wanders about the Christmas already, somehow you remind yourself about […]
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Insight – Don’t settle for less than you can

Thought for today: Don’t settle for less  …For less than you can be, do, think and especially feel. Sounds like another quote that you see everywhere around you, isn’t it? But for me, it took a while to realize this from a behaviour point of view. It is easy to understand this notionally and in […]
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Bad predictions of our behaviours – a reason for procrastination

Bad predictions of our behaviours – a reason for procrastination Why did you choose where to go to college? Why did you fall in  love with that person? Why do you buy that specific brand of shoes? Sometimes we know. Sometimes, we don’t. Asked why we have felt or acted as we have, we produce […]
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