142. Strategies to Embrace The Tough Decisions That Lead to Greater Profit, Productivity, and Purpose

Do You Have Some Tough Decisions To Make Before the End of the Year? The average person makes 36,000 decisions every day. From what to wear to which direction to take to work. Decision fatigue is a syndrome of our modern, hectic lives. The challenge is that when we delay the tough decisions, we often [...]

142. Strategies to Embrace The Tough Decisions That Lead to Greater Profit, Productivity, and Purpose2019-12-10T08:26:19-05:00

Decision Fatigue: 5 Ways to Combat the Negative Effects of Decision Fatigue on Productivity

Decision fatigue is a term coined by social psychologist Roy F. Baumeister. It’s loosely based on a Freudian concept that decision-making involves an expenditure of “self” or “ego” energy – of brain power – of which there is a limited cumulative supply.

Decision Fatigue: 5 Ways to Combat the Negative Effects of Decision Fatigue on Productivity2017-08-02T18:58:13-04:00

Balanced Living & Productivity Expert Susan Sly Publishes 1st of 2-Part Article Series on Decision Fatigue and Its Impact on Productivity

Best-selling author, time management expert, work life balance specialist and professional speaker Susan Sly releases a new article outlining decision fatigue and how it can be a major deterrent to productivity.

Balanced Living & Productivity Expert Susan Sly Publishes 1st of 2-Part Article Series on Decision Fatigue and Its Impact on Productivity2017-04-06T07:44:35-04:00

Decision Fatigue: How Late Nights and Decision After Decision Become Major Productivity Killers

Decision fatigue is likely one of the biggest productivity killers we all face today. Simply put, making decision after decision, over time, is literally wearing us out. What does this mean? What is decision fatigue? Why is it one of the major productivity killers we might face in our daily lives?

Decision Fatigue: How Late Nights and Decision After Decision Become Major Productivity Killers2017-08-02T19:07:35-04:00