Making decisions is a huge part of everyday life for entrepreneurs. We decide on a logo, ad copy, branding colors, and choosing a power team to keep the company in good standing. But what about those split-second decisions that are the life and death of your company?
Today we have expert Dr. Geoffrey Mount Varner here to share his expertise on split-second decisions and how to quickly adjust when you feel you’ve made the wrong decision.
Here’s what you should know about Dr. Geoffrey Mount Varner:
America’s Split-Second Decisions Expert, Geoffrey Mount Varner is a best-selling author, international speaker, ER physician, and executive.
Dr. Geoffrey trains executives, business owners and first responders using the Time, Lack of information and Consequences system, “TLC framework”. He has changed the lives of thousands as a result of his split-second decision teachings.
Dr. Mount Varner, Harvard educated, has 25 years of making split-second decisions that were truly life and death. He also holds degrees and/or medical training from schools that include Hampton, Harvard, Wayne State, George Washington, and John’s Hopkins.
Dr. Geoffrey’s past major leadership roles to name a few: former chief of a level one trauma center, Washington DC city executive and business owner. He has trained thousands of students, medical students, residents, executives and first responders on split-second decisions.
Dr. Geoffrey’s Split Second Decision Tips:
- Is if good to be indecisive?
- What to do when you make a wrong decision?
- When is a good time to make a decision?
Is it good to be indecisive?
Decision making can be difficult especially when you are indecisive. Keep in mind that no decision is a wrong decision. Each choice leads to growth. The most important thing is what you do after making a decision. If it causes a setback, what actions will you take to pivot and keep your company moving forward?
At the end of the day, no decision is a decision. So, make a decision before someone else makes it for you.
What to do when you make a wrong decision?
As stated earlier, no decision is making a decision. There are things you can have in place to prepare for bad decisions. The trick is how you react after the decision is made. Each decision you make is an opportunity to learn and grow.
When is a good time to make a decision?
During our interview with Dr. Geoffrey, he mentioned that the best time for decision making is early in the morning. This is when your mind is clear and you’re the most energized. The brain is a muscle. Eat a good breakfast and dedicate the first half of your day for making any pressing decisions.
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