“Contemplation Of Personal Dharma Is So Tricky And So Vital”-Sally Kempton
Decision-making is tough and it is toughest when you have to take a call for your team, people, or the nation if you’re a political leader.
Whether the call is taken following a scientifically structured team exercise or by an individual in a spur of the moment, the onus of a bad outcome will come to rest on the shoulder of the decision maker – be it a leader, sportsman, entrepreneur or a soldier.
During my mentoring sessions with early-stage startups and young founders; I have noticed how budding entrepreneurs often
oscillate between “what to do” or “not to do” because they do understand that they have to bear the burden of a failed outcome.