I always wanted to be a procrastinator, but I never got around to it.

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Decision Making

I was thinking about decision-making.

I made one.

I decided to write this short blog about the reality of decision-making.

The question I asked was;

“How do we know when a decision is made?”

and I think the answer is;

“When we stop talking about it.”

So, if you come back here at a later date and see that I have changed this blog, then you’ll know that I did not make a decision, and that this was really meant to be a discussion.

Have a great week.


About the Author: Adam Blackie is an occasional writer and a professional Interim Manager who leads information management teams through their change programmes. He works with organisations in the UK to change the way technology is used by staff and their customers.


About Adam Blackie

A career Freelance Accountant who specialises in leading helping others to hold onto their money.
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2 Responses to I always wanted to be a procrastinator, but I never got around to it.

  1. PM Hut says:

    Hi Adam,

    The “when we know a decision has been made” question is spot-on. Thanks for sharing this.

    It is true that when we know that decision is made when we just stop talking about the decision.

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