30 Seconds that Can Change Your Life: A Decision-making Guide for Those who Refuse to be Mediocre

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Human Resource Development, Jan 1, 2006 - Business & Economics - 139 pages
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It takes only a single, 30-second decision to change your work or personal life for the better. Getting to that point is what is more complex, and getting there depends on the decisions you make and the context you use to make those decisions.

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Decisions You and Success
The Five Keys for Successful Decisions
Dont Confuse What with How or Ends are Not the Same As Means
Practical Dreaming An Imperative Focus for Everything You Use Do Produce and Deliver
Aligning Results and Consequences The Decision Success Model Story
Needs Versus Wants Getting the Data for Justifiable Decisions
It Is Decision Time That Critical 30 Seconds
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Roger Kaufman is Professor Emeritus, Florida State University, and Director of Roger Kaufman & Associates. He is also Distinguished Research Professor at the Sonora Institute of Technology. His PhD is in communications from New York University. He consults with public and private organizations in the United States, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, Latin America, and Europe. He is a Certified Performance Technologist and a Diplomate in School Psychology and a Fellow in Educational Psychology of the American Psychological Association. He has been recognized by the ASTD for Distinguished Contribution to Workplace Learning and Performance. Dr. Kaufman has published 39 books and more than 256 articles on strategic planning, performance improvement, quality management and continuous improvement, needs assessment, management, and evaluation.

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