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Decision Making Case Study #1 – Complex Decisions

Decision Making with Great Decisions Software

Sorting out complex decisions can be very rewarding and educational. Recently I was working with a client in my executive coaching practice. He was struggling between two job possibilities: the current temporary position that could possibly turn into a full time position or a longer term position with another company. On the surface this may seem […]

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Great Decisions Software Training

Force Field Analysis for better decision making

Great Decisions Software Training: In this video I will show you how to use the Force Field Analysis or Pro’s and Con’s Tool. You will find this tool is excellent when you are thinking through decisions that have a lot of variables.Enter your text here… This is a decision making technique w. Fortunately, you can now have […]

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How To Import Templates Into Great Decisions

Great Decisions Training: To use Great Decisions Software to it’s full extent, you will want to come up with all the variables of each decision you will make. This may require some research unless you are clear what variables are already most important to you. For example, let’s say you are interested in purchasing an adjustable […]

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Communication Skills That Make Relationships Easy

Communication skills that changes everything

​Communication skills are at the heart of every long lasting and easy to be in relationship. This article will give you an important insight into how to create the communication skills habits you want and if needed, change the ones that are not working for you. When asked “What your # 1 relationship challenge is” couples […]

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5 Steps To End Fighting And Arguing

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In the 5 Steps To End Fighting And Arguing we will address the #2 killer of all relationships: Fighting and Arguing. Multiple researchers cite that the number two reason people leave relationships is because of regular bouts of arguing and fighting. In this article we will look at 5 steps you can start using immediately […]

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