Excerpt from Professor Maja’s opinion article in The Hamilton Spectator. Read the full article HERE.
When someone asks something of you, do you usually say “yes” without hesitation? Do you say “yes” more often then you’d like and then regret the decision or resent the request? I have recently become obsessed with how people make decisions and the consequences of poor decision-making on productivity. I have found that the ultrasuccessful have very specific strategies for decision-making that we can readily implement.
We all have 168 hours in a week, yet some people seem to be incredibly efficient with their time, highly prolific with their work, and it has to do with how they make decisions.