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What's Stopping You: Why Smart People Don't Always Reach Their Potential and How You Can, 2nd Edition by Robert Kelsey

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JUDGEMENT AND IDEAS

Good judgement is the key to executing any plan. We need the ability to make the right decisions at the right moments. Yet those with a high fear of failure struggle with respect to judgement. For instance, how many times are we told to make decisions relying on our gut instinct when, as High-FFs, our gut instinct may be derived from fear, insecurities and perceived slights and prejudices against us? For the recovering High-FF, gut instinct is something we may have to ignore or overcome in order to make strong decisions.

In Judgement (2007) leadership academics Noel M. Tichy and Warren G. Bennis state that solid judgement requires a good character and a strong internal “moral compass,” both of which – as High-FFs – we may ...

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