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Be Your Own Lighthouse in the Storm: Decision Making Strategies and Tools for Rough Weather

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Be Your Own Lighthouse in the Storm: Decision Making Strategies and Tools for Rough Weather

Co-led by Suzi Hunn and Rachel Greenhouse

Virtual Lunch + Learn

Wednesday, May 20, 2020; noon to 1:30 pm CDT

 

When the weather gets rough, tough decisions can become even harder to make. That’s when tried and true decision-making tools and strategies that connect us to our goals, values and creativity come in handy.

As Brené Brown says, we need “strong backs, soft fronts and wild hearts.” Whether your choice involves switching vendors for your small business or determining which financial assistance programs your family should apply for, your decision-making strategies and tools should weigh the information, your values, and your emotions.

That’s why Rachel Greenhouse – Business Ownership  and Marketing Strategist and owner of The Rachel Greenhouse Agency – and Suzi Hunn – Learning Strategist and owner of Teach Your Thing – are offering a virtual Lunch + Learn on May 20: “Be Your Own Lighthouse in the Storm: Decision Making Strategies and Tools for Rough Weather”.

What is one immediate decision you’re facing, but aren’t sure how to proceed? Rachel and Suzi will present prompts designed to align you with your strong back, soft front and wild heart. You’ll start crafting your action plan for whatever that decision may be. They’ll share some examples of how they use these prompts themselves and some suggestions on how you can adapt them to your needs or other decisions you may be facing at this time.

What You’ll Get

  • Prompts for thinking through your decision
  • Examples of how Rachel and Suzi have used these prompts themselves 
  • Some suggestions on how you can adapt the tools to your unique needs right now

Who It’s For

  • Small business owners
  • Organizational leaders
  • Individuals facing a tough decision

Making decisions in the best of times can be hard, let alone when you’re in crisis. Recognizing what hasn’t changed – who you are, your values, and your innate skills – will help put the tough decisions into perspective and help you weather this storm.

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