after you´re through with your decision process – choosing THE ideal alternative – it comes to putting things to action! Deciding, always is about the direction or the ranking of necessary steps.
Once the decision result you aim at is set, everyone who´s involved will take over the responsibility and will start the action. Next thing: people will face the TIME factor!
Now here´s what I mean: you are always going to have 24 hours in a day available – FACT.
–>> With which method can you add more hours per day to this maximum availability? How can you speed-up your actions?
EXACTLY: if you are able to involve or even hire 1 additional person, you will have 48 hours in a day available, for all the relevant things to do. This obviously multiplies with every person you add. Each person will offer 5 – 7 productive hours (!) to your decision path, running towards the desired goal.
Which leads to the next decision: WHO is available to add from your pool or whom will you hire to speed things up? …… and all these extra steps consume TIME.
Here´s my tip:
if you know you need a speed-factor for making things happen quicker after you decided, already include this RISK-step as a consequence to your decision process. You sure remember from one of my videos (RISK) that we only put 4 issues (MINT) at risk if we forget or even neglect thinking about them – it´s the Money we need to invest, our Ideas, potential or real Network-partners and Time (!) .. .. ..
Once you prepare your decision process, make sure you think through MINT
how much of EACH issue do you want to invest? Each can turn into a loss – which makes them a risk factor.
Now this is your take-away from this blog-post:
anytime you plan a new decision process, include the MINT factor and view each MINT-investment as a potential LOSS to not RISK too much!
If TIME becomes a speed-factor, and you´re aware of it right from the beginning, make sure to add the time factor to the CONSEQUENCES for potentially adding new people or for adding more hours per day or week to (a few) available people from your current team.
BE A DECISION MAKER. BECOME OUTSTANDING.
rita jaskolla – Leadership Architect