Business decisions are about choices. What are they? What are they not? The answers to those questions can help guide the process of our work and how we organize and manage our business.
Although some business decisions are obvious, many are not. We all make many of these when we’re trying to make our decisions based on our biases, our own assumptions, and our emotions. Those biases, assumptions, and emotions impact our decisions.
For example, what are we going to be doing this weekend? We could be doing more with the money we have. We could be going out and buying more stuff. We could be doing more of the things that make us feel good. We could be doing more of the things that we know will help us grow our business. These are all different kinds of decisions.
I am a firm believer that it is never okay to do anything that makes you feel bad. Sure, my heart is in the right place, but I don’t really care. What matters is the company and the people that I am working with. It’s not that I can’t be objective, but, if I give away my money, it’s hard to feel like I earned it. What matters is the people and the company I am working with.
What makes me feel good about my decision, is that I can feel like I have a good reason. It’s always like a freebie. I can think it through and really have a good reason, but I would probably like to think that I did it for something better than myself. Even if it’s just to make my wife happy.
And a good reason can be as simple as “I feel like I made a mistake.
The problem is that we don’t have a great idea of what an eis is or what it does. Just like any other decision, we’ll have to make a lot of them. A good idea is one that doesn’t seem to have a good reason, and a good reason is one that has a better than average chance of being a good idea. That’s also why ai is a good idea.
In the last five years, we’ve had a lot of great ideas, and we’ve had some bad ones. But the good ones are always more than enough to beat out the bad ones in the end. The bad ones are a whole other story. A good idea can be so much better than an obvious bad idea that it makes you feel like you’re doing something wrong.
An obvious bad idea is one that is obvious, that is based in intuition, and that is not based in data. For example, in the last five years weve had a lot of good ideas for using ai, but weve also had a lot of bad ideas, and weve had a lot of bad ideas for using ai.
We’ve talked about this a bit here on the forums and here on the blog. The best ones we’ve come up with are those where there is a very clear, very obvious path to the optimal outcome, and the bad ones are a whole lot more difficult to pull off.