Tag Archives: Decision Making

Monday morning, the world was shocked to hear the news that Pope Benedict XVI was planning to resign. Media outlets were quick to point out that no Pope had resigned for almost 600 years making this a highly unusual and, … Continue reading

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High quality work performance consumes time and energy. In a work world that demands high quality performance, people cannot squander the resources they have available. People have a limited supply of both. Feeling energetic is a precious thing. It should … Continue reading

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