Kenna Griffin — April 7, 2020 My best friend has a sign in her bathroom that reads: “Indecision may or may not be my problem.” I find it funny every time I read it, even though she seems pretty decisive to me. If we’re honest with ourselves, we probably all have times when we overthink … Continue reading Identifying and Overcoming Analysis Paralysis
Taylor Gordon — December 14, 2017 — December 14, 2017 Tell me if you can relate to this: You’re a business owner who has hundreds of ideas circling in your head. When it’s time to choose one, you suddenly come up with a thousand reasons why it’s not going to work. Your thought process is … Continue reading How to Overcome Analysis Paralysis in Business
by Susan Gilbert Follow @SusanGilbertSeptember 27, 2016 Analysis Paralysis is Not a Friend to Your Business Have you ever analyzed a business option up one side and down the other, wanting to make the best decision only to find you are stalled and not making any movement forward? I think we’ve all been there are … Continue reading Is Analysis Paralysis Holding Your Business Back?
Chris WardenAugust 24, 2015 Three months ago, a young tech startup in San Antonio began mining data to improve their marketing efforts, products and services. The fruits of their labor – a rag-tag collection of reports and documents – lay strewn across their desks and laptops. They thought all the answers were right there, everything … Continue reading Stop Being a Victim of Analysis Paralysis – Just Do It