Learn the 3 Strategies to Level Up Your Decisions in 2022
1. Problem Solving
It doesn’t matter how sophisticated or effective a strategy is if it’s focused on the wrong problem. Learn how to tackle the correct problems and avoid spinning your wheels.
2. Turtleneck Principle
We spend far too much time trying to determine what to wear, what to eat, and what to do, instead of making the decision once and for all. Learn the power of routines and systems.
3. 3 Os
For the important few, learn the 3 Os framework. You don’t need 6, 7 or 8 steps. You just need to figure the ideal Outcomes, the best Options and how to proactively tackle Obstacles.
What Readers Are Saying
Great read. This book has helped me open my eyes to different areas of my life that's need to refocus.
Ruben has produced a tour de force that uses multiple examples to illustrate his beliefs in the components of successful decision-making and the importance of integrating these in all situations.
Bulletproof Decisions empowers executives to be successful decision-makers. Its insights will prove valuable to those who lead teams—including when it comes to deciding which decisions a person should make themselves, which they should delegate to others, and how they might delegate in a way that equips their team to succeed.
Quite a good read to check if you struggle with prioritization of decisions and often get stuck in situations when your input as a leader is required.
A universal premise and thought-provoking introduction from a data practitioner. Perception over control of our decisions means that we should spend time understanding how the skill of decision-making can be improved.
A wide-ranging, helpful guide to formulating effective decisions.
This book is compact, but the wallop it delivers is massive, and I'd imagine many leaders and leaders in the making will appreciate all that Ugarte brings to the table, wherever that may be.
This book provides detailed strategies to be better at decision-making. By utilizing real-world examples both in business and politics, the author demonstrates the steps that were taken, the thought process behind it, and strategies to replicate the good decisions and avoid the bad.